MÉRIDA, YUCATÁN – Do you need a sign printed, or some t-shirts for a party? How about souvenir mugs, business cards, or other publicity materials? Not sure which printer in Mérida will offer reliable service, or perhaps concerned that when you do contact one, they won’t speak English?
With Christmas approaching, maybe you would like to give some personalized gifts this year, such as photo mugs, logo caps or shirts?
If the answer to any of these questions is “YES” then look no further than “AZ Publicidad e Impresión Digital.”
Established in Mérida in 2009, AZ Publicidad moved to new premises in Colonia Miguel Alemán at the end of 2013. The new location provides space for on-site printing and design, meaning a level of quality control which is not offered by many other designers/printers who outsource their work to third parties.
AZ Publicidad offers on-site graphic design for customers who have an idea they want to put to paper; as well as printing for customers who already have their own designs.
A wide variety of digital printing services are offered, including advertising canvases, film (backlight) for light box displays, stickers for windows or other surfaces, mesh (micro-perforated material) for ‘one way’ effect on windows, banners, business cards, flyers, etc.
Promotional or gift items such as mugs, t-shirts, caps, etc. are also printed on-site.
AZ Publicidad owner Jesús Herrera and his front office staff speak fluent English, so if you don’t speak Spanish, you are assured to find someone who understands you if call or drop by.
The business is located on Calle 24, on the corner of Calle 31d in Colonia Miguel Alemán; a short drive from almost anywhere in the city, with easy parking on the street outside. Business hours are from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 2pm on Saturday.
For more information or to make an appointment for a design consultation, call 946-9797, send an email to email@example.com or visit AZ Publicidad on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AZPubMerida
A TYT advertorial – By Stewart Mandy
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