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BYU Bookstore now offers on-site screen printing service

The BYU Bookstore now has its own screen printing service on campus which can print up to four colors.

The Bookstore has offered custom embroidered and screen printed clothing since February 2004, but prior to this year, all screen printing was performed by off-campus vendors.

Becky Walker of BYU Bookstore Custom Specialties said the new campus screen printing shop will be able to offer improved quality, cost savings and faster job completion.

Rory Robinson, the Bookstore’s new silk screening operations supervisor, has been in the screen printing business for more than 30 years, receiving many industry awards. He now heads the project of manufacturing 10,000+ “The Quest” t-shirts for this year’s football fans.

To take advantage of this new service, contact Becky Walker at byucs@byu.edu or (801) 422-2595.

Writer: Brady Toone

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