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. 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 Exceptional Printing 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.

To read more about the printing industry’s impact in the U.S. and Worldwide, click on the image below:

Printing is still relevant. Print is Big

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Did you know that 17 years ago today, a film would open that was not only Fast, but Furious and would spawn 6 sequels at present date? On June 22, 2001, “The Fast and the Furious,” a crime drama based in the underground world of street racing in Southern California, debuted in theaters across the United States. In the film, directed by Rob Cohen, Paul Walker starred as Brian O’Connor, an undercover cop who infiltrates the illegal late-night racing scene in Los Angeles to catch a gang suspected of hijacking big-rig trucks to get parts to outfit their souped-up cars. The screenplay for the film was based on an article about street-racing scene titled “Racer X,” written by Kenneth Li and published in Vibe magazine in 1998. Street racing (an illegal practice that should not be confused with drag racing, which is a popular sport most commonly done on a track, along a straight “drag” strip) began in early 1990s on the roads and highways of Southern California, mostly among young Asian Americans, but quickly spread; Li’s article chronicled the adventure of a racer living in New York City. Like many street racers, the characters in “The Fast and the Furious” favor low-slung Acura Integras, Honda Civics, and other common Japanese-made compact cars that are modified so that they can reach speeds of around 160 mph. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #TheFastandtheFurious #SouthernCalifornia #RobCohen #PaulWalker #BrianOconnor #LosAngeles #RacerX #KenneithLi #Vibemagazine #streetracing #NewYorkCity #AcuraIntegras #HondaCivic ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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Did you know that 230 years ago today, a document was put into place that would guide the United States for years to come? On June 21, 1788, New Hampshire became the ninth and last necessary state to ratify the Constitution of the United States, thereby making the document the law of the land. By 1786, defects in the post-Revolutionary War Articles of Confederation were apparent, such as the lack of central authority over foreign and domestic commerce. Congress endorsed a plan to draft a new constitution, and on May 25, 1787, the Constitutional Convention convened at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
On September 17, 1787, after three months of debate moderated by convention president George Washington, the new U.S. constitution, which created a strong federal government with an intricate system of checks and balances, was signed by 38 of the 41 delegates present at the conclusion of the convention. As dictated by Article VII, the document would not become binding until ratified by 9 of the 13 states. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #NewHampshire #constitution #RevolutionaryWar #congress #ArticlesofConfederation #ConstitutionalConvention #IndepedenceHall #Philadelphia #GeorgeWashington #federalgovernment
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4 days ago

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Did you know that 43 years ago today, a movie was released that made people afraid to go into the water? On June 20, 1975, JAWS, a film directed by Steven Spielberg that made countless viewers afraid to go into the water, opened in theaters. The story of a great white shark that terrorizes a New England resort town became an instant blockbuster and the highest-grossing film in movie history until it was bested in 1977 by Star Wars. The film starred Roy Scheider as principle police chief Martin Brody, Richard Dreyfuss as a marine biologist named Matt Hooper and Robert Shaw as a grizzled fisherman called Quint. It was set in the fictional beach town of Amity, and based on a best-selling novel, released in 1973, by Peter Benchley. JAWS was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Picture category and took home three Oscars, for Best Film Editing, Best Original Score and Best Sound. The film, a breakthrough for director Spielberg, then 27 years old, spawned three sequels. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #Jaws #StevenSpieldberg #greatwhiteshark #NewEngland #StarWars #RoyScheider #RichardDreyfuss #RobertShaw #marinebiologist #PeterBenchley #AcademyAwards ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

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Did you know that 113 years ago today, the world’s first nickelodeon opened? On June 19, 1905, some 450 people attended the opening day of the world’s first nickelodeon, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and developed by the showman Harry Davis. The nickelodeon opened showing a silent film called The Great Train Robbery. The storefront theater boasted 96 seats and charged each patron five cents. Nickelodeons (named for a combination of the admission cost and the Greek word for “theater”) soon spread across the country. Their usual offerings included live vaudeville acts as well as short films. By 1907, some 2 million Americans had visited a nickelodeon, and the storefront theaters remained the main outlet for films until they were replaced around 1910 by large more modern theaters. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #nickelodeon #Pittsburgh #Pennsylvania #HarryDavis #TheGreatTrainRobbery #vaudeville ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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Did you know that 35 years ago today, the first American female would take a journey into the Final Frontier? From Cape Canaveral, Florida, the space shuttle Challenger was launched into space on its second mission. Aboard the shuttle was Dr. Sally Ride, who as mission specialist became the first American woman to travel into space. During the six-day mission, Ride, an astrophysicist from Stanford University, operated the shuttle’s robot arm, which she had helped design. Her historic journey was preceded almost 20 years to the day by cosmonaut Valentina V. Tereshkova of the Soviet Union, who on June 16, 1963, became the first woman ever to travel into space. The U.S. has screened a group of female pilots in 1959 and 1960 for possible astronaut training but being the nation “ever forward thinking” decided to restrict astronaut qualification to men only. #pxpohio #commercialprinting #printing #Columbus #Reynoldsburg #Ohio #FinalFrontier #CapeCanaveral #Florida #spaceshuttle #Challenger #DrSallyRide #astrophysics #StanfordUniversity #cosmonaut #ValentinaVTereshkova #SovietUnion ... See MoreSee Less

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