Swift Printing celebrates opening with ribbon-cutting

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ROCKINGHAM — Swift Printing co-owners Leondas Paul III and Leon Paul welcomed the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce and guests Friday afternoon for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the store’s grand opening.

The location at 617 E. Broad Ave. in Rockingham was the previous home of Salisbury-based Quick Copy, which announced in mid-March it was to close its Rockingham office on March 31.

A large crowd joined members and staff of Swift Printing to celebrate and cut the ribbon for its new office. Chamber President Emily Tucker welcomed guests to begin the ceremony. Speakers for the ceremony included Brian Baucom, chamber board chairman; County Commissioner Thad Ussery; and Leondas and Leon Paul.

Swift Printing provides copies while you wait, graphic design, business cards, full-color banners and invoices, and more.

“We’re pleased to that the Swift Printing chose Rockingham as a location to do business and we are very excited to have them as a chamber member,” Tucker said. “We wish them much success in their new business.”

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