The Road Less Printed

Your Source for Graphic Ideas, Cushing News, upcoming events and much more.

What’s a print company doing with a blog? Our passion is discussing print, showcasing clients, uncovering interesting applications and marketing trends. You never know what you might find, but at a minimum, we’ll seek to educate, entertain and put a smile on your face.

  • Guest entries from customers and vendors
  • Innovative installations to grow your business
  • Employee achievement and team spotlights

Our goal is to share information that is interesting, answers your questions and helps you make decisions about the printing services you need.Have a topic you would like us to discuss?

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Having Holiday Fun

One thing that the long recession left us all with is the reality that we have to make our own good times.  And that doesn’t always mean having more money or “stuff”.  Good friends, valuing the relationships that have carried us through, enjoying sharing time and talent when the treasure…

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October 31, 2012 — Trick or Treat?

As the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz said as she was melting “Oh, what a world, what a world!”  This week certainly evokes that emotion in me!

The natural disaster of Hurricane Sandy has cast a sobering pall over a frenzy of political campaigning nationally.  As Governor Christie in…

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What IS Going on in Chicago?

The Good Old System breaks down in labor dispute in Chicago

Olympics in the Chicago Rear View Mirror

Wishful ruminations on the loss of the 2016 Olympics

Handing Down The Printed Word

As you may know, I continue to be vexed at the transition to e-books and paper.  On the one hand it is such a wonderful technology and makes exchanging written words so accessible, but on the other I wonder what it will be like to future generations to not have…

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World Class City Survival

I am not in a position to write and post something insightful today, but I wanted to memorialize the experience of being the NATO Summit host city.

To be sure, ours is not a restaurant business and my employees didn’t have to wrestle with road closures, but as a business owner…

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