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Local printing businesses merge

It’s a deal. Brian and Michelle Mendenall, owners of Allegra in Hamilton, have purchased Meyer Signs. The merger brings all services under one roof at the Allegra facility located at 1151 N. First Street, Suite C, Hamilton.

“It’s a win-win situation for customers of both businesses,” said Mendenall. “Our enhanced capabilities will help us serve our diverse and growing client base. The combined resources allow us to offer new capabilities while increasing work flow efficiencies.”

Mendenall noted that Paul Meyer, owner of Meyer Signs, will be staying on with Allegra for a period of time to ensure a smooth transition for customers.

“Allegra and Meyer Signs share many of the same philosophies when it comes to providing our customers with superior service and leading-edge technologies,” said Mendenall. “We feel strongly that this merger will produce a stronger organization better positioned to serve the Ravalli County business community.”

Allegra features advanced printing technologies, graphic design services, embroidery, silk screening, digital color signs, posters and banners, complete finishing services, mailing services, variable data capabilities, and promotional products.

Allegra is a member of Allegra Network LLC, one of the world’s largest marketing, print and graphics communications franchises linking more than 550 locations in North America.

Allegra is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday. Call 363-7645 or visit the company’s website at for additional information.

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