CLEVELAND, Ohio — A local printing business is lending a helping hand to Northeast Ohio restaurants by printing free take-out menus for the beleaguered food industry.
Northern Ohio Printing will be printing a total of 250,000 takeout menus, flyers or coupon sheets for local businesses. Each establishment is limited to 1,000 items.
The print shop is urging restaurants to work with local graphic designers to help support Northeast Ohio’s economy and working folks.
The designs are limited to 5.5 by 8.5 inches, printed with black ink on both sides and a paper stock of Northern Ohio Printing’s choosing. Additionally, the following tag will appear on each sheet: “Printing donated by Northern Ohio Printing to help local Restaurants during COVID-19 outbreak. www.NOhioPrint.com”
More information about how to submit or create designs for your business as well as placing an order can be found here.
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