Wallace Graphics Purchases The Corporate Shop
Wallace Graphics, an integrated commercial print, mail, and marketing services provider in Duluth, GA, announces that it has become the parent company of The Corporate Shop, Duluth, GA. This acquisition represents an expansion for Wallace Graphics into the promotional products marketing space and adds an 18,000 sq. ft. facility which includes a world-class showroom, dedicated custom branded apparel production space, 14 employees, and 4 dedicated Account Managers. The Corporate Shop co-owners, John and Wendy Neubauer, have joined the Wallace Graphics team as well.
Established in 1999, The Corporate Shop ranks in the top 4% of distributors in the industry and has become Atlanta’s premier source for branded apparel and custom promotional products. They have been listed as one of ATL’s top 10 promotional distributors for six consecutive years and named to the Top 100 women-owned businesses in Georgia.
“It’s a very exciting time,” says Wendy Neubauer, Co-founder, and CEO of The Corporate Shop. “We value the quality of our service as much as we value the quality of our products, and we pride ourselves on delivering white-glove customer experiences combined with 24/7 customer support. This is the same commitment we’ll now share with Wallace Graphics’ clients.”
“As we continue to analyze different ways to grow and expand our expertise, the decision to invite The Corporate Shop team into the Wallace Graphics family became clear. They have talented and knowledgeable staff, and their approach to doing business in the promotional products space is exceptional,” explained Jonathan Wallace, CEO, Wallace Graphics. “They have a very genuine organizational culture and truly care for their people — which aligns perfectly with Wallace Graphics. This strengthens our ability to offer a new service that complements our existing client solutions portfolio,” Wallace added.
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