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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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.

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posted 52 minutes ago

Did you know that 226 years ago today the United States Postal Service was born? On February 20, 1792, President George Washington formally created the U.S. Postal Service with the signing of the Postal Service Act, which outlined in detail Congressional power to establish official mail routes. Th...Read more

Did you know that 226 years ago today the United States Postal Service was born? On February 20, 1792, President George Washington formally created the U.S. Postal Service with the signing of the Postal Service Act, which outlined in detail Congressional power to establish official mail routes. The act allowed for newspapers to be included in the mail deliveries and made it illegal for postal officials to open anyone's mail. In 1792, a young American nation of approximately 4 million people enjoyed federally funded postal services including 75 regional post offices and 2,400 miles of postal routes. The cost of sending a letter ranged from 6 cents to 12 cents. Under Washington, the Postal Service administration was headquartered in Philadelphia. In 1800, it followed other federal agencies to the nation's capital in Washington, D.C. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #usps #georgewashington #uspostalservice #postalserviceact #philadelphia #washingtondc...

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posted 1 day ago

Presidents Day is observed on the third Monday in February and the holiday celebrates President George Washington's birthday. According to the National Archives, Washington was born on Feb. 11, 1731 in Virginia, according to the Julian calendar. However the National Archives explain that in 1752, ...Read more

Presidents Day is observed on the third Monday in February and the holiday celebrates President George Washington's birthday. According to the National Archives, Washington was born on Feb. 11, 1731 in Virginia, according to the Julian calendar. However the National Archives explain that in 1752, when Britain and its colonies adopted the Gregorian calendar, Washington's birthday moved to Feb. 22, 1732. Washington's birthday was legally recognized as a holiday on Jan. 31, 1879. A law passed by Congress in 1968 stipulated certain federal holidays be celebrated on Monday. The National Archives say the federal government has never stipulated that the holiday be called Presidents Day. Officially, it's Washington's Birthday though the federal government acknowledges that state and local governments and private businesses may use "other names." The fact-checking website Snopes has rated the claim that the holiday is officially designated as Presidents Day false. The holiday name has to do with the fact that the government had considered combining Washington and President Abraham LIncoln's birthday into one holiday known as "Presidents Day", something which never came to fruition. Though Lincoln's birthday, Feb 12, was never recognized as a federal holiday or folded into Presidents Day, there are some states where his birthday is recognized as a holiday. Presidents Day is a big day for sales. While it may not enjoy the significance of shopping days like Black Friday or Cyber Monday, one is sure to find more markdowns than usual. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #presidentsday #georgewashington #nationalcrchives #Virginia #juliancalendar #gregoriancalendar #congress #snopes #abrahamlincoln...

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posted 4 days ago

At PXPOHIO we value our highly skilled team-members and therefore maintain a wall of everyone's photo that can be seen as soon as one enters the building. Evidently our new intern Groot was feeling left out and decided to take matters into his own hands. When a picture of Groot suddenly appeard on...Read more

At PXPOHIO we value our highly skilled team-members and therefore maintain a wall of everyone's photo that can be seen as soon as one enters the building. Evidently our new intern Groot was feeling left out and decided to take matters into his own hands. When a picture of Groot suddenly appeard on the photo wall one morning we wondered how this happened. A review of our security system told the story. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #groot #guardiansofthegalaxy #iamgroot...

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posted 5 days ago

Did you know that on this date, 2,417 years ago, Philosopher Socrates was sentenced to death by the city of Athens for corrupting the minds of the youth? On February 15, 399 BC, Socrates was sentenced to death for corrupting the minds of the youth of Athens and for impiety. The death sentence of S...Read more

Did you know that on this date, 2,417 years ago, Philosopher Socrates was sentenced to death by the city of Athens for corrupting the minds of the youth? On February 15, 399 BC, Socrates was sentenced to death for corrupting the minds of the youth of Athens and for impiety. The death sentence of Socrates was the legal consequences of asking politico-philosophic questions of his students, from which resulted the two accusations of moral corruption and of impiety. At trial, the majority of the dikasts (male-citizen jurors chosen by lot) voted to determine his punishment, and agreed to a sentence of death to be executed by Socrate's drinking a poisonous beverage of hemlock. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #philosopher #socrates #Athens #impiety #dikasts #hemlock...

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posted 6 days ago

Did you know that on this date, 89 years ago, seven gangsters were murdered in Chicago and this would become know as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre? On February 14, 1929, during the Era of Prohibition, seven men of the North Side gang, and rivals of Al Capone, were murdered in Chicago when Jack "...Read more

Did you know that on this date, 89 years ago, seven gangsters were murdered in Chicago and this would become know as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre? On February 14, 1929, during the Era of Prohibition, seven men of the North Side gang, and rivals of Al Capone, were murdered in Chicago when Jack "Machine Gun" McGurn ordered the kill of rival George "Bugs" Moran. The massacre resulted from the struggle between the Irish American gang and the South Side Italian gang led by Al Capone to take control of organized crime in the city. Former members of the Egan's Rats gang were suspected of a significant role in the incident, assisting Capone. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #gangsters #Chicago #stvalentinesdaymassacre #prohibition #northsidegang #alcapone #jackmcgurn #jjackmachinegunmcgurn #georgemoran #gerogebugsmoran #irishamericangang #southsideitaliangang #egansrats...

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posted 6 days ago

Did you know that on this date 98 years ago Switzerland first gained the official status of being a completely neutral country. On February 13, 1920 the countries belonging to the League of Nations (the predecessor to the United Nations) recognized the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland. The Swis...Read more

Did you know that on this date 98 years ago Switzerland first gained the official status of being a completely neutral country. On February 13, 1920 the countries belonging to the League of Nations (the predecessor to the United Nations) recognized the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland. The Swiss first moved toward neutrality as early as 1515, when the Swiss Confederacy suffered a devastating loss to the French at the Battle of Marignano. It was the Napoleonic Wars, however, that truly sealed Switzerland's place as a neutral nation. After Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, the major European powers concluded that a neutral Switzerland would serve as a valuable buffer zone between France and Austria and contribute to stability in the region. In 1920 the newly formed League of Nations officially recognized Swiss neutrality and established its headquarters in Geneva. The Swiss faced a significant challenge to their neutrality during WWII, when they found themselves surrounded by the Axis powers. Switzerland was able to maintain its independence by promising retaliation in the event of an invasion. The Swiss continued to trade with Nazi Germany during the war, a decision that proved controversial after the war. Since World War II, Switzerland has taken a more active role in international affairs by aiding with humanitarian initiatives, but it remains fiercely neutral with regard to military affairs. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #Switzerland #leagueofnations #unitednations #swissneutrality #swissconfederacy #battleofmarignano #napoleonicwars #napoleon #waterloo #france #austria #geneva #WWII #axispowers #nazigermany...

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posted 1 week ago

Did you know that on this date 209 years ago Abraham Lincoln was born? Lincoln was born February 12, 1809 in Hardin County, Kentucky. The son of a Kentucky frontiersman, Lincoln had to struggle for a living and for learning. Lincoln was captain in the Black Hawk War, spent eight years in the Illi...Read more

Did you know that on this date 209 years ago Abraham Lincoln was born? Lincoln was born February 12, 1809 in Hardin County, Kentucky. The son of a Kentucky frontiersman, Lincoln had to struggle for a living and for learning. Lincoln was captain in the Black Hawk War, spent eight years in the Illinois legislature and rode the circuit of courts for many years. He married Mary Todd, and they had four boys, only one of whom lived to maturity. Abraham Lincoln became the United States' 16th President in 1861, issuing the Emancipation Proclamation that declared forever free those slaves within the Confederacy in 1863. Lincoln never let the world forget that the Civil War involved an even larger issue. This he stated most movingly in dedicating the military cemetery at Gettysburg: "that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain-that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom-and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #abrahamlincoln #hardincounty #Kentucky #blackhawkwar #Illinois #marytodd #16thpresident #emancipationproclamation #confederacy #civilwar #gettysburg...

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posted 1 week ago

Our new intern Groot, an alien not of this Earth, has been "working" with us until he can return home. Not long ago we invested in a new shrink wrap machine. Apparently, Groot sees it as more of an amuesment park ride. Hey, now i kind of want to be 10-inches tall. #pxpohio #commercialprinting...Read more

Our new intern Groot, an alien not of this Earth, has been "working" with us until he can return home. Not long ago we invested in a new shrink wrap machine. Apparently, Groot sees it as more of an amuesment park ride. Hey, now i kind of want to be 10-inches tall. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #groot #guardiansofthegalaxy #iamgroot #alien #shrinkwrapmachine...

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