Perfect Copy and Print has my business for life...

Perfect Copy and Print has my business for life. Dave is a good person, a real human, who helped me out of a massive jam today. After placing an order with a large, reputable online flyer company (nextdayflyers.com, if you must know) and having it completely botched, I am having a formative “think local” moment. “Production delays” caused my flyers, which are needed at a 4th of July event in Seattle tomorrow, to be chilling in a FedEx facility in LA currently, slated for delivery on the 6th. Based on the number of hours and money spent on design and logistics (a website was set up just for this flyer), I told nextdayflyers, who insisted there was nothing they could do, that they could not adequately rectify this situation even if they gave me free flyers for life. That was as nice and as honest as I could be. Dave at Perfect Copy and Print, on the other hand, banged out my postcards from an emailed pdf attachment in less than an hour, and is also going to deliver them to a local business near his bus stop so that a friend can pick them up because they close at 6 today and are not open tomorrow. I tried to pay him for this service but he refused. Long live the humans. Thank you, Dave and Perfect Copy and Print.

                Connor D.