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FulfillNet acquires Firehouse Graphics

8:16 PM, Jan. 7, 2013  |  Comments
FulfillNet's Parkview Road building was the site of an appearance by Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan in October 2012.
FulfillNet's Parkview Road building was the site of an appearance by Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan in October 2012.
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Ashwaubenon-based FulfillNet said Monday it has acquired Firehouse Graphics LLC in De Pere.

FulfillNet provides custom fulfillment services and marketing support programs. Firehouse Graphics is a large-format printing and graphics company.

"We've worked closely with Firehouse Graphics for the past several years and it is a great opportunity to fold their services into our operations," Kate Burgess, CEO and owner of FulfillNet, said in a press release. "This allows us to expand our marketing support services to include large format printing and prototype development, something our customers have been asking for."

FulfillNet is at 1085 Parkview Road.

"The acquisition of Firehouse Graphics comes at perfect time as we continue to grow," Burgess said. "We recently moved to our new location in the Ashwaubenon Industrial Park. The move and this acquisition are important steps in the evolution of our company. We look forward to being able to create new business opportunities, particularly with those clients who are looking for a single source provider."

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