Company History

The Printers Press opened for business in 1982. Our founder, Peter Renna, has been in the printing industry for over 50 years. The Printers Press was originally located at San Mateo and Lomas. The company later moved to San Pedro and Lomas. Before moving to our current location on 3831 Hawkins NE.

Under Peter’s leadership, The Printers Press became the fastest-growing printing firm in the state of New Mexico during the 1980s. Most of our success and notoriety was a direct result of our superfast turnaround and our "on-time-or-it's-free" guarantee. At a time when most printing firms took a week to print an order, The Printers Press would commonly print and deliver orders within 2 days.

It seems like every company talks about the importance of customer service, but one of the lasting cornerstones of our business is the way our customers feel about doing business with us. Our dependability and reliability have become very renowned. When you work fast, hardly ever miss a deadline, have fair prices, and treat people with dignity and respect it's hard not to grow your business. We invite you to consider using our printing firm the next time your company needs printing. There's a reason why we acquire new business customers every month, and we would love the opportunity to demonstrate that for you on your next printing order. You see, we do things very differently than the other printers in our community, and we believe we can provide the best all-around experience for you if you'll give us a try.

If you would like to talk to one of our customer service representatives, please call 505-342-0020. We would be happy to discuss how we can help your business succeed and prosper. When you call inquire about taking a 30minute tour of our business, hosted by Peter Renna the owner. Peter provides a very fast-paced and interesting behind-the-scenes tour of how things work in our company, and most of the businesses owners that have toured The Printers Press have commented that it was a lot more fun than they thought it would be!