Print Shop Produces Fun Decals, Partners With Company To Make Face Shields

Speedpro London, a London, Ontario-based franchise, is proud to announce that they have partnered with a local manufacturing company to design fun decals for face shields during the COVID-19.

London, Canada - May 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

LONDON, Canada – Speedpro London, a London, Ontario-based franchise, is proud to announce that they have partnered with a local manufacturing company to design fun decals for face shields during the COVID-19 situation.

Best Damn Doors, who usually make kitchen cabinet doors, decided to change their manufacturing process during the epidemic to make face shields instead. They then approached Speedpro London, to ask if they would make funny and interesting decals for the shields. The idea was to add a little bit of fun and positivity during what has been a difficult time for everyone.

The decals include images like lips and moustaches and are proving very popular and creating a lot of laughter when people see them in use. They have also proved popular with younger children, who seem to find the masks funny rather than scary.

“The COVID-19 epidemic has caused a lot of pain, fear, and concern across the globe, so when we were asked by Brad of Best Damn Doors to come up with some fun decals for his new face shields, we thought it was a fantastic idea,” said Chris Vlemmix, owner and CEO of SpeedPro Imaging London. “Although we are not able to add any medical expertise or knowledge, we do believe that humour can be a great tonic during difficult times, which is why we were delighted to be involved with this project. We are a versatile company that can create designs for just about anything but this project was novel, interesting and one that every member of the team was keen to get involved with. We want to thank Brad for involving us with this project, and hope that our decals bring a smile to as many people as possible.”

Speedpro Imaging is a nationwide Canadian company, Canadian owned and operated. Speedpro Imaging London has received the “Franchise of the Year” award for the past four years. Their purpose is to help their clients build their unique brand and connect with their customers. Speedpro is the leader in large format printing with stunning resolution (up to 1440 dpi.) Their innovations in custom profile writing and colour correction/matching techniques are second to none. Their technicians continually fine-tune their systems to produce amazing colour and clarity, producing excellent results.

With over 12 years of industry experience, an uncompromising commitment to research and development, and an appreciation for cutting edge technology, Speedpro delivers superior, digitally printed products on time and on budget. For more information about the company and the various services that they provide, visit their website at https://www.speedprocanada.com/london/home

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Name: Chris Vlemmix
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Organization: Speedpro Imaging
Address: 562 Newbold St, London, ON N6E 2W9, Canada
Website: https://www.speedprocanada.com/london/home

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