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Graphic Village Acquires T-Max Graphics

The move expands Graphic Village’s large-format printing services, bringing them to Indiana, and broadens its reach in the restaurant industry

Print service provider Graphic Village announces the purchase of T-Max Graphics, a graphic design and large-format printing company based in Muncie, Indiana. The move expands Graphic Village’s large-format printing services, bringing them to Indiana, and broadens its reach in the restaurant industry.

T-Max Graphics, a specialist in wide-format printing, signage, vehicle wraps, and promotional items, serves several popular restaurants, including national chains like Applebee’s, Panera Bread, and Pizza Hut. The company and its 20 employees will continue to operate out of its Muncie-based facility as a division of Graphic Village.

“We’re excited to welcome the T-Max Graphics team to Graphic Village,” says Patrick McMullen, CEO. “We believe the addition of their services amplifies our already robust capabilities and increases the volume of our large-format work. Additionally, their Indiana location provides us a greater presence across the Midwest region of the United States. It’s a great fit and a complementary opportunity for both parties.”

This acquisition continues the growth of Graphic Village, which was recognized as the 16th fastest growing Cincinnati-region company in the 2019 Cincinnati Business Courier “Fast 55 Awards.” The acquisition of T-Max Graphics represents the 16th acquisition of Revitalize Capital, Graphic Village’s parent company.

Graphic Village provides branding, comprehensive print, packaging, apparel, direct mail, and fulfillment services to the greater Cincinnati area.

Alexandria Bruce

Allee Bruce is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines.

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