Classic Service. Classic Style.
In 1960, when Ambassador Press began, personal service was in style. In the age of shoe shines, super-finned cars and full-service gas stations, we started our business as a full-service printer. Our customers were the most important part of our business.
Three generations later, hemlines have gone up and down a few times but Ambassador is still here, still owned and run by the same family and still committed to great printing. And we’ve never changed our mind about personal service. The pledge we made to our customers in 1960 is the same commitment we uphold today.
Honor the past. Just don’t print with it.
Although Ambassador has been around for a while, don’t expect to see a lot of dusty, antiquated equipment when you walk through our doors. We respect the ingenuity of the first printing press, but we’ve never thought of our business as a museum.
Our foundation in printing is rooted in the past, but our eye remains on the future. We moved into our new building in 1997; stop by anytime for a tour. You won’t see museum pieces, but you’ll recognize hardworking people turning out quality work on great gear.