When the clock begins to tick backwards, you know it’s because Village Print & Media has a deadline to meet. We don’t believe in the phrase ‘there aren’t enough hours in a day’–we maximize our efforts in ways where our minutes are everyone else’s hours. It’s not impossible, it’s just New York speed.
TEDxFultonStreet called us a day before a major event at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts on Monday, June 16, 2014; the organizers needed books and signage printed when a previous order when terribly wrong.
Luckily, we were more than happy to help–the last thing we wanted was a disaster for one of our favorite organizations. (Where else can you get a poetry reading, a psychology discussion, and semiotics?)
One of the organizers, Aaron Sylvan, stated:
Thanks again for an over-the-top fantastic job! You were our hero…our attendee experience was far far better with your help. Furthermore, you made everything so easy for us, it freed vital time for us to address other concerns. I only wish we had found you sooner!