Vinyl Press Signs & Graphics has moved to the borough of Emmaus.
Co-owners Michael Irwin and Chris Kline relocated to 15 S. Second St. From their original location on 6th St. Recently.
The two, who operate the business along with JABOA Enterprises, will hold a grand opening May 5 along with the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Vinyl Press Signs & Graphics is a tremendous chamber and community partner, the chamber said in a press release. They printed the Hometown Heroes Banners, Emma the Mule T-shirts, East Penn Restaurant Week banner, yard signs, and more.
They’re generous with their time, resources, and sponsorships not just with their local chamber but also with other nonprofits in the area like Emmaus Rotary Club, the release said.
Irwin served as the Emmaus Main Street Partners chair from 2019-2021.
“Our Vinyl Press Sign Shop sets your business up with beautifully designed and crafted signage. The goal of Vinyl Press is to surpass our client’s expectations on every project with superior quality, printing services and value,” Irwin said. “We provide our print shop services to clients throughout the Lehigh Valley region and the surrounding areas.”
The event runs from 4:30-6 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m. Registration is not necessary but appreciated.