PXPOHIO specializes in the highest quality commercial offset and digital printing as well as direct mail. A quest for excellence has always been a goal for PXPOHIO. We listen, act on the information we receive and deliver the best possible products to our customers. We take pride in partnering with our customers and we’re here to assist you with your printing needs. Whether it’s a large job or a small one, we deliver print quality that will exceed your expectations. From concept to completion, our attention to detail remains a constant. Our reliability and timeliness will give you peace of mind. After all, we’ve been providing Printing Excellence Since 1971.

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Is printing still relevant?

Printing plays a significant role in the U.S. and Worldwide economies. Despite the myths you may have heard, print is big, print is green and print is here to stay.

If you are a business owner or marketer, print is an effective and important tool you should never forget.

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posted 15 hours ago

Did you know that 41 years ago today, David Frost interviewed former President Nixon? On May 24, 1977, British journalist David Frost interviewed former President Richard Nixon. In the televised interview, Nixon answered questions regarding the Watergate scandal and his resignation, admitting tha...Read more

Did you know that 41 years ago today, David Frost interviewed former President Nixon? On May 24, 1977, British journalist David Frost interviewed former President Richard Nixon. In the televised interview, Nixon answered questions regarding the Watergate scandal and his resignation, admitting that he had let the American people down through his role in the 1972 Watergate burglary and cover-up. The ensuing investigation exposed rampant corruption in his administration and led to his resignation in 1974. Oddly, by 1977, despite demining evidence to the contrary, Nixon still did not believe that he had tried to obstruct justice, one of the impeachment charges made against him by Congress in 1974. Nixon also admitted that he had not thought that the White House recordings regarding the scandal would come out. It was the release of the White House recordings subpoenaed by the Watergate investigation committee in 1973 that implicated Nixon in the cover-up and prompted him to resign in the face of impeachment. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #DavidFrost #PresidentRichardNixon #Watergate #scandal #WhiteHouserecordings #Watergateinvestigationcommittee #impeachment...

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posted 15 hours ago

Happy Birthday to our own Jeff Chiki! We are not sure exactly how old Jeff is, but it is safe to say that he is one year wiser and one year closer to retirement. Jeff is our bindery and finishing supervisor, who can transform flat press sheets into booklets or brochures, magazines and the list go...Read more

Happy Birthday to our own Jeff Chiki! We are not sure exactly how old Jeff is, but it is safe to say that he is one year wiser and one year closer to retirement. Jeff is our bindery and finishing supervisor, who can transform flat press sheets into booklets or brochures, magazines and the list goes on. Jeff has been on the PXPOHIO team for nearly twenty-nine years now and we feel very fortunate to have him working with us. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #happybirthday #retirement #binderyandfinishing #supervisor...

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posted 1 day ago

Class of 2018, my advice is based solely on my own experiences. Enjoy the power and beauty of your youth. You will not understand the power and beauty of your youth until they’ve faded, but in 20 years, you’ll look back at photos of yourself and recall in a way you can’t grasp now, how much po...Read more

Class of 2018, my advice is based solely on my own experiences. Enjoy the power and beauty of your youth. You will not understand the power and beauty of your youth until they’ve faded, but in 20 years, you’ll look back at photos of yourself and recall in a way you can’t grasp now, how much possibility lay before you and how fabulous you really looked. Too much worrying is fruitless. The real trouble in life is apt to be that which never cross your mind until it blindsides you at 4 PM on a random Tuesday. Don’t be reckless with the hearts of others. Don’t put up with those who are reckless with yours. Don’t waste time being jealous. Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind, but the race is long, and in the end, it’s only with yourself. Remember compliments, forget the insults. Be kind to your knees, you’ll miss them when they’re gone. Maybe you’ll marry, maybe you won’t, maybe you’ll have children, maybe you won’t. Maybe you’ll divorce at 40 or celebrate your 75th wedding anniversary. Whatever you do, don’t congratulate yourself too much or berate yourself either. Your choices are half chance. Be proactive with your health. Read the directions even if you don’t follow them. Get to know your parents, you never know when they’ll be gone for good. Be nice to your siblings, they’re your best link to your past, and the people most likely to stick with you in the future. Accept certain inalienable truths–prices will rise, politicians will be corrupt, you too, will get old. And when you do, you’ll fantasize that when you were young prices were acceptable, politicians were noble, and children respected their elders. Respect your elders. Don’t expect anyone to support you. Be careful whose advice you accept. Be reasonable, flexible and treat others with the same respect that you would expect and resist judging others too harshly. And never give up....

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posted 2 days ago

Did you know that 38 years ago today, a recreational revolution began with a game that gobbles? On May 22, 1980, a Japanese company Namco, introduced “Puck Man”, an arcade maze game based on the idea of eating. Introduced months later to the U.S. and renamed “Pac-Man”, it grew in populari...Read more

Did you know that 38 years ago today, a recreational revolution began with a game that gobbles? On May 22, 1980, a Japanese company Namco, introduced “Puck Man”, an arcade maze game based on the idea of eating. Introduced months later to the U.S. and renamed “Pac-Man”, it grew in popularity to become the most famous, most profitable, and some say most influential, arcade video game ever released. The game was created by Japanese video game designer Toru Iwatani. It was licensed for distribution in the United States by Midway Games. Pac-Man is considered one of the classics of the medium, and an icon of 1980s pop culture. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #Namco #PuckMan #PacMan #ToruIwatani #MidwayGames #PackManfever #1980sIcon...

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posted 3 days ago

Did you know that 91 years ago today, the first nonstop transatlantic flight was successfully completed? On May 21, 1927, American pilot Charles A. Lindberg landed at Le Bourget Field in Paris, successfully completing the first solo, nonstop transatlantic flight and the first ever nonstop flight b...Read more

Did you know that 91 years ago today, the first nonstop transatlantic flight was successfully completed? On May 21, 1927, American pilot Charles A. Lindberg landed at Le Bourget Field in Paris, successfully completing the first solo, nonstop transatlantic flight and the first ever nonstop flight between New York to Paris. His single-engine monoplane, The Spirit of St. Louis, had lifted off from Roosevelt Field in New York 33.5 hours before. Charles Augustus Lindbergh, born in Detroit in 1902, took up flying at the age of 20. In 1923, he bought a surplus World War I Curtiss “Jenny” biplane and toured the country as a barnstorming stunt flyer. In 1924, he enrolled in the Army Air Service flying school in Texas and graduated at the top of his class as a first lieutenant. He became an airmail pilot in 1926 and pioneered the route between St. Louis and Chicago. Among U.S. aviators, he was highly regarded. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #CharlesALindberg #LeBourgetfield #Paris #NewYork #CharlesAugustusLindbergh #CurtissJennybiplane #barnstorming #armyairservice #theSpiritofStLouis #RooseveltField...

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posted 6 days ago

Did you know that 29 years ago today, more than a million protesters marched through the streets of Beijing calling for a more democratic political system? On May 18, 1989 a crowd of protesters, estimated to number more than one million, marched through the streets of Beijing calling for a more de...Read more

Did you know that 29 years ago today, more than a million protesters marched through the streets of Beijing calling for a more democratic political system? On May 18, 1989 a crowd of protesters, estimated to number more than one million, marched through the streets of Beijing calling for a more democratic political system. Just a few weeks later, the Chinese government moved to crush the protests. Protests in China had been brewing since the mid-1980s when the communist government announced that it was loosening some of the restriction on the economy, allowing for a freer market to develop. Encouraged by this action, a number of Chinese (particularly students) began to call for similar action on the political front. The largest protest took place around Tiananmen Square in the center of Beijing. By the middle of May 1989, enormous crowds took to the street with songs, slogans, and banners calling for greater democracy and the ouster of some hard-line Chinese officials. The Chinese government responded with increasingly harsh measures, including arrests and beatings of some protesters. On June 3, 1989, Chinese armed forces stormed into Tiananmen Square and swept the protesters away. Thousands were killed and over 10,000 were arrested in what came to be known as the Tiananmen Square Massacre. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #beijing #China #chinesegovernment #communism #tiananmensquare #tiananmensquaremassacre...

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posted 1 week ago

Did you know that 218 years ago today, the U.S. government packed up and began moving to their new home in Washington, D.C? On May 15, 1800, President John Adams ordered the federal government to pack up and leave Philadelphia and set up shop in the nation’s new capital in Washington, D.C. After...Read more

Did you know that 218 years ago today, the U.S. government packed up and began moving to their new home in Washington, D.C? On May 15, 1800, President John Adams ordered the federal government to pack up and leave Philadelphia and set up shop in the nation’s new capital in Washington, D.C. After Congress adjourned its last meeting in Philadelphia on May 15, Adams told his cabinet to make sure Congress and all federal offices were up and running smoothly in their new headquarters by June 15, 1800. Philadelphia officially ceased to serve at the nation’s capital as of June 11, 1800. At the time, there were only about 125 federal employees. Official documents and archives were transferred from Philadelphia to the new capital by ship over inland waterways. President and Mrs. Adams did not move in to the (unfinished) president’s mansion until November of that year. Settling in to the White House was a challenge for the new first lady. In December, Abigail Adams wrote to a friend that she had to line-dry their clothes in what eventually became the East Room. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #washingtondc #presidentjohnadams #federalgovernment #philadelphia #congress #whitehouse #abigailadams...

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posted 1 week ago

Did you know that 214 years ago today, Lewis and Clark set out on their historic expedition? On May 14, 1804, the Lewis and Clark expedition started from Camp Dubois, near present day Hartford, Illinois. They reached the Pacific Ocean on November 20, 1805. They arrived back to St. Louis, Missouri...Read more

Did you know that 214 years ago today, Lewis and Clark set out on their historic expedition? On May 14, 1804, the Lewis and Clark expedition started from Camp Dubois, near present day Hartford, Illinois. They reached the Pacific Ocean on November 20, 1805. They arrived back to St. Louis, Missouri on September 23, 1806. Even before the U.S. government concluded purchase negotiations with France, President Thomas Jefferson commissioned his private secretary Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, an army captain, to lead an expedition into what is now the U.S. Northwest. On May 14, the “Corps of Discovery” – featuring approximately 45 men (although only an approximate 33 men made the full journey) – left St. Louis for the American Interior. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #lewisandclarkexpedition #campdubois #hartford #illinois #pacificocean #stlouis #missouri #france #presidentthomasjefferson #meriwetherlewis #williamclark #northwestterritory #corpsofdiscovery #americaninterior...

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