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And the winner is….

Each year Print Industries of America (PIA) awards printers for excellent, great, fabulous, wonderful, marvelous, print projects. (It doesn’t say all that on the award, but that’s what they mean!)

This year Heritage won an Award of Recognition for the 2007 Noble Foundation Annual Report.

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Paper of the Month

We're starting something new here at Heritage...the Paper of the Month!

Now when you receive a sample from Heritage it will be wrapped & sent to you in a wonderful new paper! All the details about the paper will be featured on the right side bar of the blog.

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Who wants to be a Millionaire?

Okay, maybe not a millionaire. It just sounded better than,“who wants to save 10%?”
See if you can fill in the blanks: (Hint, it’s the same answer for each question!)

1. 98% of all homes and virtually 100% of all businesses use _______

2. The typical businessperson has 2.5 _________ in his/her working area

3. 65% of _______ recipients note appointments on their _______ while 43% of homemakers and 57% of business people use _________ for other notations and record keeping

4. 87% of householders and 94% of business recipient recall the advertising message displayed on their ____________

5. A _________ is the most frequently used point of reference for business and leisure

Did you answer them?? Do you need to use a life line? If you guessed INK PEN, you’re wrong!

The answer is a.....


On average a person looks at a calendar 12 times a day, 84 times a week.

Look at these gorgeous Clampitt Bowling Classic invitations

A great honor deserves a great party, and a great party needs cool invitations!
The AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) presents the Fellow award, which recognizes mature designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within their local or regional design community as well as in their local AIGA chapter.

August Ad Club meeting highlights

Today Heritage had the pleasure of sponsoring the Oklahoma City Ad Club meeting at the Will Rogers Theater.

The Ad Club hosts monthly meetings to promote professional development and networking opportunities. The group is made up of people from all corners of the advertising/communications industry, from advertising to marketing, broadcasting, public relations, event planning, graphic design and more.

Envelope Envy with the Xante Digital Press

"Four-Color envelopes, they're all the rage this season."

What does this picture mean to you?



Let's try again. How about this?

This is the Xante Digital Press (you have to say that in a really deep announcer voice, it just works better that way.

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Say hello to the “EASIER Button”

So you’ve seen the EASY button, right?
Well… we’ve got the EASIER button. (Just remember you saw it here first!)

This little do-dad is so cool.

It’s a light up customizable USB smart button. What does that mean? Well, I’ll tell ya. Let’s say you’re launching a new website, introducing a new product/service, or maybe have a link to a web application that you want your customers to see.

Flipped out business cards

This week we’re featuring a business card we did for our customer, Jameson Management (click here for the scoop on this way-cool company!)
Jameson asked us to find a paper to complement the design of this one of a kind business card for their customer, Jackson DDS.

Together we chose “Skin” a paper from Curious Collection that feels like baby skin! Skin printed remarkably like a gloss sheet only without the hard surface – the metallic gold and the grays now have a visual smoothness.

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The Heritage of Heritage

Welcome to our home.
In 1974 Dave DeLana purchased a 900 square foot house on Choctaw Street in El Reno, Oklahoma and opened Heritage Print Shoppe. He started with a small duplicator press and two letter presses.



a lot has changed in those 35 years; we outgrew that little house and our name!

Heritage Solutions now resides in a 70,000 square foot building off Holloway Drive in El Reno, and we’ve got too many pieces of printing equipment to list! (Yes, we were known as Heritage Press for YEARS...we'll cover that in another blog post.