NextPage, a merger of Mail Print, Graphic Services, and L&L manufacturing is honored to announce that their recent expansion has been nominated for a Cornerstone Award in the Commercial – Industrial category. The Cornerstone Awards are annual event sponsored by the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City showcasing outstanding contributions to the city. The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) of Kansas City, Missouri, was created in 1987 as a 501c4 non-profit agency to manage the efforts of six statutory redevelopment agencies, and to serve as Kansas City, Missouri’s link to business and the economic development community.
NextPage, a full-service printing and direct marketing company, nearly doubled its Kansas City, Missouri facility from 40,000 square feet to 70,000 square feet in the Hunt Midwest Subtropolis located in the northeast region of Kansas City. The expansion supports the merger completed last year with Graphic Services Printing and L & L Manufacturing. The firm said its expansion includes a significant investment in equipment and technology and plans to create over 40 full-time jobs.
NextPage combines the best of technology, talent and service from Mail Print, Graphic Services Printing and L & L Manufacturing. The company specializes in the execution and delivery of complex, data-driven multi-channel direct marketing. The company is owned by siblings Eric Danner and Gina Danner, along with their partner Larry Wittmeyer. The owners are focused on redefining print in this region. NextPage is an industry leader in the latest direct marketing technologies, including Variable Data Printing, Personalized URLs, and Web-to-Print and Print Automation workflows.