As we are all working hard to navigate this new, ever-changing landscape, we want to let you know that you are not alone.
Communication is key, whether in print or digitally, and we will continue to be here for you, fighting to help you succeed. Whether you need help creating or adapting your marketing pieces to better connect with your audience, or brainstorming new solutions for when a new "normal" arrives, we have you covered.
Call, email or browse our website for information. We are here for you.
We are open and helping our clients communicate with their clients. In Governor Murphy's statewide stay at home order, he exempted printing companies from this restriction.
Please call or email instead of visiting in person, as much as that is possible. We are shipping orders to business and homes per your preference.
The post office is critical for communication, and we are sending direct mail for those clients who need to reach people through the mail. We appreciate your support of local business, and we are here to help our fellow local businesses and community get through this together.
Susan F. Kessel
I am sure you have received a number of messages regarding coronavirus, or COVID-19, and I want to assure you that we also are taking all steps necessary to keep you, as well as ourselves, safe and productive during this challenging time.
We are open normal business hours, taking and producing orders, and continually cleaning and disinfecting surfaces.
Please remember we accept orders online, provide online proofing, take credit cards for payments, and can ship orders to you. We can even provide a customized website portal for you which will make it easier for you to work with us from the convenience of your computer.
As a special offer for those concerned about coming into our shop, we will deliver your order to your car. Just give us a call to let us know you are on your way so we can have your order ready, then let us know when you arrive. There is on-street parking in front of our shop, and 2 parking lots within 100 feet of our front door.
For those who may be wondering, current testing shows the coronavirus will not survive on paper or boxes for more than 24 hours. See link below for report out of UCLA.
Again, thank you for doing business with us and allowing us to continue serving you during these trying times.
Susan Kessel and the whole team at Chatham Print & Design