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 Homewood Printing Company was established in 1957.
We began as a print shop specializing in 1-color offset printing.
As client needs have changed, we've grown to also provide offset color printing,
digital color printing, typesetting/graphic art services and promotional products.
We are located just south of Birmingham in Homewood, Alabama, near Vulcan.

Our motto has always been 'Quality Printing at Affordable Prices".
You've probably heard the sales phrase that a client has to choose 2 of 3 factors - cost, time and quality.
We endeavor to provide you with 4 - low prices, fast turnaround time, great quality and excellent customer service.

Our 'no-pressure' sales philosophy, word-of-mouth advertising, and an eye for detail have rewarded us
with longstanding client relationships. 
Because your print image reflects the quality of your business, we strive
for perfection in the quality of our products.  Your satisfaction ensures that we'll be in business for years to come.

Whenever possible, we buy paper from mills which manufacture with 100% or 30% Post Consumer Waste,
are chlorine free,
have Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certification,
and Green-e Certification
(wind energy, solar and hydropower).
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In November 2009 we were privileged to print "Missing" fliers to help find Nadia Kersh.
She was last seen leaving the SoHo underground parking deck in Homewood on Nov. 3.
The search for her is ongoing.  Please call the Homewood Police Department at 205.332.6262
if you have any information which could help locate Nadia.  Around the first of December '09 the reward for information was $35,000.  If you would like to donate to the reward fund, please call us at 368.2318 and we'll let you know how to contact Nadia's Parents and/or America's Most Wanted.

Thanks to IMS, TransAmerica Printing and Birmingham Color Graphics for also donating color flyers to the Kersh family. 





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