Louisville Commercial Printing

Ernie’s Print Shop is a 360° commercial printing facility located in Louisville, Kentucky. While we can provide more solutions than listed below, here are a few common requests we receive:

  • Full service commercial printing
  • Business services including continuous forms and checks
  • Promotional products and marketing collateral
  • Graphic design services including business cards, brochures, flyers, posters, yard signs and banners

Ernie's Print Shop Blog

New Delivery Vehicle

Well we are having to get a different vehicle because we have out grown our current one. I am in the process of getting a mini van so that we can better serve our customers. So thanks to all our loyal customers for having this problem!

New Website for Ernie’s Print Shop

We are in the process of getting the new website up and running. I hope that the troubles we are going through greatly benefits our customers. It has been a long process with a few fly by night internet people that have made this a very trying ordeal.

 

Recent Printing News: (These are external posts from top printing websites to help improve your business)

  • Xerox Pushes the Reset Button
    Making a big transformative acquisition is kind of like going to war – it’s expensive and risky and doesn’t always work out like the planners envisioned. CEO Ursula Burns announced that Xerox is retreating from its strategy to transform into a single growth-oriented, business process outsourcing (BPO) and technology company. Xerox intends to create two separate […]"

  • Kodak Alaris Partners with Google to Build an IoT Strategy
    The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the millions of smart devices that are connecting with each other, and we see it impacting and infiltrating the document solutions industry.  Last year, Google launched Brillo and Weave, the key parts of their new IoT platform, to enable easier device setup, phone-to-device-to-cloud communication, and user interaction from […]"

  • How Life Unfolds
    You may have seen the television ad where a boy is throwing paper airplanes over a fence to communicate with his dad, who is away on active duty. Each paper airplane contains a note from the boy to his father. A kindly neighbor on the other side of the fence notices the airplanes, puts them […]"

  • Building a Business Case for Attending ITEX 2016
    Okay, so up front, let me address the elephant in the room…I know there has been some less than flattering feedback about the direction of the show the past few years.  I know this because you’ve been kind of enough and trusted me enough to tell me directly to my face or on the phone.  […]"

  • Pitney Bowes: “The Craftsmen of Commerce”
    For the first time in more than 20 years, Pitney Bowes has launched a large-scale $20 million integrated advertising initiative. The company secured prime advertising time this past weekend for a special airing of their 60-second commercial ahead of the AFC Divisional Playoff game, where the New England Patriots hosted the Kansas City Chiefs. The 60-second commercial […]"

  • A Review of 2015 Corporate Greeting Cards
    This is the sixth year that I have done a video blog review of all the corporate greeting cards I received during the holiday season. This year’s collection was a particularly good one, and at the end of the video I highlight five examples that I think are outstanding. If you have an interesting greeting […]"

  • Patent Trolls Harass Print Service Providers
    Starting in the fall of 2015, Dr. Harvey R. Levenson, Cal Poly Professor Emeritus, presented multiple conference sessions or webinars dedicated to the issue of patent lawsuits targeted at print service providers. These patent licensing operations, colloquially known as “patent trolls” or NPEs (non-practicing entities), are individuals or business entities that persistently purchase or file […]"

  • Nikon D500 is the DSLR many have been waiting for
    It’s been almost seven years since Nikon introduced the D300s DX-format DLSR, and for the last several years many Nikon shooters have been waiting for a true replacement to that model. There was speculation that a successor would be announced at nearly every significant trade show over the last few years. That day finally arrived […]"

  • Why Aren’t You a Member of the Business Technology Association? BTA Celebrates 90 Years of Dealers Helping Dealers!!!
    We shall start where all of the great journeys throughout history start, at the very beginning.  It was August of 1926 and a group of independent typewriter dealers…What is a typewriter? Google it Millennials, I don’t have time to draw you a picture. Where was I?  Oh yes… It was August of 1926 and a […]"

  • Can Apple’s iPhone Camera Investment Help Drive Camera Sales?
    The two-part story about Apple on CBS News’ 60 Minutes last Sunday (December 20, 2015) covered a lot of ground, including CEO Tim Cook filling the shoes of the late Steve Jobs, the company’s legendary commitment to secrecy, the product design process, retail stores, and government access to encrypted personal information. Buried in part one […]"