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Printmybanners.ca Now Offering Services to Help Businesses Print Banners and Build Exposure in Toronto

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Brampton, Canada, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Businesses in the Toronto area with trade shows, conferences, events or any opportunity to expose their branding on the horizon now have a reliable...

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Printmybanners.ca Now Offering Services to Help Businesses Print Banners and Build Exposure in Toronto

Apr 8 2014, 2:05am CDT | by

Brampton, Canada, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Businesses in the Toronto area with trade shows, conferences, events or any opportunity to expose their branding on the horizon now have a reliable and professional partner to help them print banners and build their exposure with Printmybanners.ca, a print-to-order solution that offers a wide range of services for printing and display.

Boasting over 20 years of industry experience, Printmybanners.ca works to streamline the process that goes into printing and shipping banners for their customers in Toronto while still bringing them the lowest possible prices on their services. From a single sheet to an entire year’s worth of materials, they strive to be a professional partner that delivers a satisfying, superior final product on time and on budget, with all the resources that make them a one-stop shop for their customers’ printing needs.

Printmybanners.ca offers a simple process when customers choose them to print their marketing materials. After choosing what type of product they need, whether it’s banners, backdrops, removable wall decals or rigid prints, customers upload the necessary files in PDF format, then choose a shipping method. From there, Printmybanners.ca takes care of the rest, and items will be available to ship within 24 – 48 hours anywhere across Canada.

For customers that print banners and need them delivered in Canada, shipping is available via Canada Post Ground, with rates varying from province to province. Up to 6 business days should be allowed for delivery once shipping is finalized. While overseas shipping is available, customers must contact Printmybanners.ca for an accurate quote.

Other than helping businesses print banners, backdrops, removable wall decals and rigid prints, Printmybanners.ca also offers a wide range of products that make marketing signage easier for their customers. These include offers retractable banner stands, frames, and table top displays, making them a reliable, all-in-one office for everything from single-day trade shows to months-long tours from conference to conference.

Businesses in the Toronto area looking to print banners to help them build exposure outside their office can find more information on Printmybanners.ca and their services at http://www.printmybanners.ca/, by emailing them at shaun@meritoffice.com, or by visiting their showroom at 232 Wilkinson Rd, Brampton, ON, L6T 4N7.

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