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)

  • Google Entering the Bill Delivery & Payment Market?
    Last week, Re/code published an article which reported that Google is working on a project called Pony Express to help customers receive and pay their bills within their Gmail accounts. Google declined to comment. In our 2011 study entitled The Emergence of Digital Mailbox Services, we explored the possibility of a leading consumer technology service vendor [...]"

  • Lexmark International Set to Acquire Kofax Ltd
        In what seems to be shaping up as an exciting year in document and information technology, late yesterday it was announced that Lexmark International would seek to acquire Kofax Ltd for approximately $11 a share, or $1 billion. Upon news of the agreement, Kofax shares spiked 36%.  This is most certainly a disruptive move by Lexington, Kentucky-based [...]"

  • USPS CIO on “Delivering Customer Value in the Digital Age” at PostalVision 2020
    I attended and  presented at my fifth PostalVision 2020 earlier this month. The conference has evolved over the years, with First Class and Standard Mail solutions increasingly pushed aside in favor of discussions about drone delivery (last year) and the Postal Service as a platform, as well as supporting the growing eCommerce landscape. One of [...]"

  • WPPI Show Going Strong
    It seems like every day, we see a new story or statistics about the smartphone decimating the camera market or pro photographers getting laid off from publications or news organizations. So, as a photographer it’s very encouraging to attend a show like WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International) and be around vendors and other attendees [...]"

  • HP Opens New Graphics Experience Center in Barcelona
    On March 16, 2015, HP EMEA celebrated the grand opening of their new Graphics Experience Center in Barcelona, Spain. This facility is housed at the EMEA headquarters of HP’s Graphics Solutions, which is also HP’s largest R&D lab outside of the U.S. More than 3,000 employees work at these facilities of which more than 450 [...]"

  • The Customer Journey as the New Paradigm for Customer Communications Management
    The paradigm for Customer Communications Management (CCM) has changed throughout the years, shifting from transactional mainframe printing to the enablement of personalized and targeted communications, from cost-based to profit-enabling with TransPromo, and from customer service to managing the customer experience. The discussions around customer communications today are about optimizing customer engagement or optimizing ALL customer [...]"

  • Highlights of the EBDA Seminar 2015
    On February 26, the European Business Document Associated (EBDA) organized a seminar to discuss the future of print and customer communications. This event took place as a parallel event to the Hunkeler Innovationdays 2015 in Lucerne, Switzerland. Such parallel events are a perfect opportunity for people to participate in as they easily can combine it [...]"

  • Konica Minolta Diversifying their Portfolio
    At Konica Minolta’s Art of Disruption Dealer meeting last month in Los Angeles, California, they discussed what they believe are the industry’s biggest trends, how Konica Minolta plans to transform their business through these evolutions, and what their dealers should do to evolve with them to continue to be successful. A core message at the [...]"

  • The FAA drones on; pro photographers should listen
    Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), also known as drones, have caught the attention of consumers, commercial operators, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Drones are widely available for purchase, relatively easy to fly, and cost from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Initially, drones were ‘blind’ and did not offer much utility, except the entertainment value [...]"

  • A Decade of Dscoop
    Last week, like many others I braved snow, sleet, and freezing rain to get to DscoopX in Washington DC.  While the weather outside was less than desirable, there was tremendous spirit and enthusiasm for the industry and digital technologies inside the Gaylord Convention Center. More than 2,000 print professionals from 41 countries and over 115 [...]"