SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ -Presto Printing has been servicing individual and corporate printing needs for close to four decades and is currently the oldest business in South Plainfield’s downtown district. In 1978, Rich DePinto of Rahway and his two investors purchased the South Plainfield Avenue business and four years later DePinto was running it on his own. In 1986, Presto Printo relocated to a larger space directly across the street – one that could accommodate a printing press - and has been doing business at that location ever since.

Presto Printing offers a wide-range of services including but not limited to business cards, mailers, brochures, fliers, posters, lawn signs, invitations and announcements and high-speed copying. According to DePinto, much has changed over the 36 years he has owned and run the company, with technology being the biggest of them all. The days of hardcopy proofs and faxing are gone, replaced by online proofs and emails.

DePinto prides himself on offering customers one-on-one personal attention, reliability and service they cannot get from online retailers and big box stores. “People who have done to the bigger stores usually come back fro the personalized attention or because we are able to put a rush on things those other places can’t,” said DePinto. “We can accommodate our customers much better.”

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DePinto is also a big supporter of the South Plainfield community. In addition to being a member of the South Plainfield Lions Club, DePinto often donates printing services for local fundraising events, including the South Plainfield Rescue Squad’s annual car show. “I’ve been here a long time and truly enjoy being a part of a small town,” he said. “Over the years, you get to know the people, many who are return customers. I’m also proud to be the oldest business here in South Plainfield’s downtown.”

Presto Printing is located at 19 South Plainfield Avenue. For more information, call 908-756-5337 or email presto4911@aol.com.

Presto Printing advertises in The Alternative Press of South Plainfield.