Recently Princeton Printer, formerly Triangle Reprocenter of Princeton has begun servicing customers of former fellow franchisee, Triangle of Rocky Hill, which had operated at 1225 State Road since the 1980’s. The Rocky Hill franchise ceased operations earlier this month and is now directing their services three miles south on RT. 206 to the Howard family business, Princeton Printer, at 150 Nassau St. and eight miles further south to 1276 Rt. 206.
When faced with adversity, true innovators step-up to the challenge and find the real value of their business. Owners of Princeton Printer on Nassau St., William and Cecelia Howard have operated a successful printing business in downtown Princeton since 1984 and according to Mr. Howard, “I’ve seen the market evolve from the late 70’s with basic hand-copying to the ‘80s where computers increased the need for printers and copy shops. By the late 90's digital copiers dominated the market. We had to adapt our business to include additional services such as graphic design, computer repair, and delivery. We stay applicable by providing high quality prints, finishing services, and fast-turnarounds that customers can’t achieve for themselves on their office copiers.”
“People trust our family to complete their print work correctly and on time, and that’s what separates us from the larger chains” said Co-Owner Cecelia Howard. “The majority of our business comes from other small local businesses and we are proud to remain a constant in the growth of our community,” states Layout Coordinator, Melissa Kelly.