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MISSION STATEMENT: To go above and beyond in delivering quality Screen Printing and Embroidery with superior customer service our customers have come to rely on.

The Ink Spot opened August 1, 1994 in a small 800 sq. ft. building.  We started with only a small 4 color, 4 station press and a small dryer.  We didn’t even have the luxury of a computer.  Our artist at the time had to hand draw all the graphics and lettering.  Next we moved to 1,300 sq. ft. building in a much better location and bought a computer.  The demand for our t-shirts grew quickly when the local schools and businesses got word of the quality art, printing and customer service we offered (something they were not used to getting).  We refused to compromise any of these things and still won’t to this day.  Next we were able to purchase a 4,000 sq. ft. building and start slowly getting the equipment to provide our customers with products other than screen printing

Now we have 3 manual presses, a large automatic press and recently purchased a larger dryer to accommodate the volume of orders we are receiving.  We also offer our customers custom signs.  We invested in a vinyl cutter to offer more personalized logos, like the “In Memory of” lettering on cars.  We also use this to apply letters to vehicles, trailers, windows. We offer a full line of services in embroidery, from monograms to large jacket designs.  We even personalized a sports car headrest.

Our business has grown tremendously since 1994.  We have a staff of 7 full time employees.  We are members of the Better Business Bureau.  We also try to help our local community through sponsorships and donations. We became a corporation in 2008 and last but not least, we were very proud to receive the Best of the Best award for screen printing in middle Georgia.

If you would like to shop through one of our catalogs, please click Catalog 1 or Catalog 2 or Catalog 3 (prices subject to change)..

©2010 Southern Persuasion - Leilani Durden