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An introduction

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by slopoke, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. slopoke

    slopoke Member

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    Hello All,

    I have a small wholesale sign/digital output shop in South Seattle. I kind of stumbled onto doing large format from my former life in offset/quick printing when the company I was working for bought a JV2 and eventually a sign shop that was going out of business. Well, the quick printer went under as well and I was able to buy the shop I was working at, and voila, I was a business owner! Over the year's (I've been in business for 6 years now) I have sold off all the offset equipment and am doing large format, cut vinyl, digital output and embroidery.

    I currently have a JV3-160SP (6 color), JV33-160 (6 color with white), CG-130FX for plotting along with my Konica Minolta C6500 for digital and a couple of Brother 416-A embroidery machines. It's a good combination of machines that all compliment each other well.

    In my spare time (haha) I like to show my 65 Mustang and this year I will be debuting my 88 Saleen Mustang that was recently restored and painted Satin Black :smile:
     

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  2. GypsyGraphics

    GypsyGraphics Major Contributor

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    OMG i think i'm in love!!!!
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    with your 65' mustang
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    i mean, i'm sure you're very nice too.... but that car NIIIIIIIIIIICE!!!!!!!! :loveya:

    aaaaand i love matte (satin) black anything.


    sorry got sidetracked by the pics ...

    a warm welcome from sunny so cal
    -gg
     
  3. SignAnnex

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    Welcome from RI! Nice Mustangs. I have a black 65 Mustang Fastback that we're currently restoring. It's got a ways to go but it should be finished by this summer. I'm always restoring something on the side. We usually slow down a bit in the winter and it's nice to have something to work on.
     
  4. slopoke

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    Thanks GG, I think she's something special too!

    Nice, backspin21! I would love to have a fastback but for some reason the Fox's keep following me home. We also have a white 88 Saleen Vert.
     
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    Welcome from PA
     
  6. Red Ball

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    Welcome from the Kingdom of Texas!
     
  7. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

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    Welcome from OK
     
  8. J Hill Designs

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    welcome from Cali :thumb:
     
  9. Gino

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    Welcome from PA...........................
     
  10. JR's

    JR's Very Active Member

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    Welcome from MA
     
  11. Vanishingstar05

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    WELCOME!!!!

    Huge fan of Mustangs also!
    I've got a 04' Orange Mach 1
    I am in LOOOOOOOVEEE with your Saleen! Gorgeous! :loveya:
    I would almost trade my left boob for that...
     
  12. B-RAD Graphics

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    :Welcome: from Sjersey...sweet rides!!!
     
  13. tomence

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    :Welcome: from IL
     

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