|Headquarters||Salt Lake City, Utah, USA|
|Art Coley, President|
|Website||AlphaGraphics Printing Services|
AlphaGraphics business centers are franchised by AlphaGraphics, Inc., part of the Blackstreet group of companies. AlphaGraphics was founded by entrepreneur Rodger Ford in Tucson, Arizona, in 1969, and began franchising in 1979. In 1985, the company became the first desktop publishing retailer. By the late 1980s, AlphaGraphics became the first U.S.-based printing franchise to expand internationally. The company was purchased by the Pindar Group in 2001 and subsequently moved its headquarters to Salt Lake City, Utah. As of August 15, 2014, Art Coley stepped down as President. Gay Burke stepped into the Interim President position and Executive Chairman of the Board. After the bankruptcy of the Pindar Group, the company was sold to the Blackstreet group of companies.
Today, the AlphaGraphics network is composed of more than 260 owner-operated business centers located in the United States, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. It has approximately 3,900 employees worldwide.
According to FranchiseGator.com, purchasing an AlphaGraphics franchise requires a total investment of between $240K to $375K. Financial assistance, training, and support are available.
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