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QSL Card Printing Services Since 1961



Corner Press QSL Card Printing Services - RF CafeMill Creek, Washington, July 23, 2018 - Barry Rimer (WA2WAO), proprietor of Corner Press, has been printing QSL cards since 1961. QSL cards are cards Amateur Radio Operators (HAMS) send to each other to confirm a QSO (talking to each other on the air; i.e., on the radio). QSL's were our first product; it's how we started in 1961. In 1971 we changed the company name to Corner Press to reflect a more diverse product line, not just HAM radio specific.

There are more than 70 standard designs to choose from, or submit your own custom design.We produce QSL's in many styles:

  • Flat printed in one or two spot colors
  • Raised printed in one or two spot colors
  • Full bleed full color
  • Process color to simulate simple spot color cards

Corner Press also supplies many other types of printing services.

  • Labels, Stamps, etc.
  • Take-out Menus
  • Business Cards
  • Business Forms & Letterheads
  • Engraved Tags, Nameplates, & Signs
  • Holiday Cards & Post Cards
  • Wedding Invitations
  • Personalized Sticky-Notes

About Corner Press

Hello, I'd like to tell you a little bit about ourselves. CORNER PRESS was founded in 1971, by me. It's been family owned and operated since day one. We moved on to Main Street in Kings Park, NY, on March 17, 1980, were we remained until April of 2006. We've recently moved to the Bothell-Mill Creek area of Washington State. We've always specialized in Small Businesses, SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) and personal printing. We've always offered PERSONAL, ONE TO ONE SERVICE with people who are fully knowable about the products we produce and sell. I started printing in 1962, as a specialty printer [QSL cards, see our QSL Page.]. - Barry

Contact Info:

Barry Rimer

Corner Press

P.O. Box 13365

Mill Creek, WA  98082

Phone: (425) 286-5952

E-Mail: CornerPress@cs.com

Web: www.cornerpress.com



Posted July 23, 2018

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