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G R A PH I C S - PR O.C O M 2 0 2 2 J U N E G R A P H I C S P R O 7 9 the oce was using the space above it for storage. With the controlled environment, we could use the space on top of the oce for storage of supplies. is would help us maintain cost or drive down pricing in some cases and improve the prot margins. At the end of the room will be a 10' X 13' room just for sublimation. Sublimation tends to put o some heat when pressing for long periods of time when baking coee mugs. We can also throw in an exhaust fan to reduce any heat or smell from products as needed in this controlled space. An open 24' X 60' install workspace will be on the outside of the oce wall. is open space will allow the team to handle any size project. Right now, when we get into larger vehicle installs, we must take the installs o-site. Now, no matter how large a vehicle is, we can t it since we will have a 12' wide X 14' high garage door at each end of the workspace. is build- ing will be a huge game-changer for our company. It helps two processes and frees up space for every department to expand. So, remember, look at your existing space rst to maximize the usage to in- crease your protability before expanding. is will help you for years to come if done correctly. GP HOWARD POTTER has worked in the promotional industry for 17 years, from designing to building brands and a family-owned business. He is the co-owner and CEO of A&P Master Images LLC with his wife, Amanda. Their company offers graphic design, screen printing, embroidery, sublimation, vinyl graphics, and promo- tional items. Howard, his family, and the business reside in Utica, New York. For more information, please visit oo at or itin pa an aii t a to inra or protaiit or panin

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