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Local InterestBY DENISE JONES, OwnerOur certified, woman-owned business centers around promotional products, embroidery, screen printing, and fulfill- ment. Our humble beginnings were start- ed right here in Battle Creek 20+ years ago in a converted one car garage, with two single head embroidery machines, two people and a ton of ambition. Today we are located in an office/warehouse on Tower Road and employ eight awesome people. We wanted to start our own busi- ness for two main reasons. We wanted to control our own destiny and make a last- ing, positive impact on our community. We work diligently, with the partnership of our staff, to continue achieving these goals every day. There are a lot of com- panies that do what we do, but we believe that we stand out because we truly put our hearts into what we started. We pride ourselves on our creativity, reliability, imagination, and quick turnaround,with a “Yes, we can!” attitude.The sky is the limit with what we can showcase a corporate, school or group logo on! From water bottles, pens, and tumblers to tablecloths, USB’s, and more, we promise to help create an un- forgettable product for you! Our apparel decorations include screen printing, em- broidery, direct-to-garment, heat-trans- fers, and more, which allows us to offer endless possibilities and a great retail look for you. Whether you are looking for t-shirts, polo’s, outerwear, or hats, we can make anything happen!Graphix 2 Go BELIEVES in BAT- TLE CREEK and we are most proud of our great local impact. Our company has spent and/or invested over $910,000 within 80 miles of Battle Creek, MI in 2017 alone, millions of dollars over the years. We are constantly seeking out ways to support our local community and local businesses. We want to ensure that we are doing all we can to make our com- munity a great place to live and work.In our community, Graphix 2 Go, Inc. is civically involved in many ways. Our employees hold board positions with the Battle Creek Chamber of Commerce, Battle Creek Pride, and Climax-Scotts Public school board. We also volunteer at the Food Bank, area churches, Wom- en Build, Painted Chair Affair, and many other charitable events. We also offer“Yes, we can!”discounts for orders from local educa- tional and charitable organizations. We give generously to local causes as well. We believe we all have a stake in making our community a wonderful place to live and work.We feel that our employees make our business special. Our team consistently provides exceptional customer service to our clients. Their diverse backgrounds,ability to work together, and passion for our customers and their success empow- ers them to serve our customers in an ex- traordinary way every day.Our approach to customer service is that of the utmost importance to our mission. At the end of the day it is really about treating people right and helping them solve their problems. We are com- mitted to doing the right thing, no matter what the impact is to our bottom line.We believe our business has so many positive things going for it from diver- sity to local spending to helping other small businesses. In short, we are proud to have made a positive impact on our community. We truly feel that we are an American success story. From a home based business in the garage, to a mul- timillion dollar company today. All be- cause two women believed they could, and they did, with a lot of hard work, determination, family, friends, and com- munity support!Back row from left to right: Kathy Schieber, Amy Evans, Carla Boyer, Heather Wechsler, JoLene Nagy, Landon Starring. Front row left to right: Denise Jones, Olive, Annie, and Kim Harrington.7200 Tower Road • Battle Creek, MI • 269-969-7321 • graphix2goinc.comWOMEN IN BUSINESS I SCENE 4304 29


































































































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