The Print Shop Adds ‘Virtual Store’ to its Bricks & Mortar Locations

The Print Shop Online provides exceptional value, commercial quality products, printed and delivered within timeframes that many city based printers would envy.

South Bunbury, Australia - January 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Following almost 13 years in their physical store in West Australia’s thriving South West, and with 4 other regional agencies established in that time, well-known and highly-regarded commercial printing business The Print Shop Bunbury, has launched its virtual presence with The Print Shop Online.

The Print Shop Online https://theprintshoponline.com.au went live in January, offering not only an impressive (and growing) selection of paper, card and wide-format print products; customers using this platform can now also easily create their own professional designs using one of the 10’s of thousands of editable print templates. These templates are sorted conveniently by both product type (eg. Business Cards) and also by industry (eg. Hair & Beauty).

And The Print Shop’s regional roots have not been forgotten. In fact, owners / operators Donna & Jeff Austin have launched The Print Shop Online with country and regional Australian businesses at the centre of their strategy and offering.

“Being regionally headquartered ourselves, we understood the benefits and certainly the challenges of not being city based.” Jeff said. “Business owners in country areas don’t have the virtually limitless choices on their doorstep that their metropolitan counterparts enjoy. Plus, the additional time and cost of moving things into and out of regional areas, particularly throughout Australia’s remote locations, requires a specialised approach and a heap of hands-on experience to remain competitive.”

The Print Shop Online builds on that almost decade and a half of hands-on regional experience by continuing the tradition of providing exceptional value, commercial quality products, printed and delivered within timeframes that many city based printers would envy. Plus, every product & price available online, includes free delivery right across Australia. No more nasty shocks when you add your postcode to that ‘Calculate Your Freight’ button!

Furthermore, and very much unlike most virtual stores, The Print Shop doesn’t make it difficult when you have a question and need to speak with a real person. Instead of offering only email contacts, or more frustratingly, forcing you to fire-off an online enquiry form, leaving you hoping for some sort of timely response, The Print Shop promotes its 1300 phone number on virtually every page of its website. That is to say, they actually encourage people to talk directly with one of their print specialists.

Give them a try for yourself either in-person at one of their 5 regional locations, or visit them online.

The Print Shop (Head Office)

16B Plaza Street, Bunbury WA 6230

Owner / Operations Manager: Donna Austin

Owner / Business Manager: Jeff Austin

Website: https://theprintshoponline.com.au/

Email: hello@theprintshoponline.com.au

Phone: 1300 5 PRINT (1300 577 468)

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Austin
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Print Shop Online
Address: 16B Plaza Street,, South Bunbury, Western Australia 6230, Australia
Phone: +61-1300-577-468
Website: https://theprintshoponline.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943460

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