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Steinert Printing marks 65th anniversary

9:01 PM, Jan. 30, 2013
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It all started with three simple words from an ad in "Popular Mechanics": "Print your own."

Warren and Kenley Steinert's father had an idea: maybe his sons could print stationery and other materials for his entrepreneurial ventures. Warren had loved watching the way printing presses worked since he was a young boy. Mr. Steinert ordered the printing press, and in December 1947, 15-year-old Warren and 12-year-old Ken started printing. By the end of the month, the Steinert Printing Company was in business.

They started small. The boys' mother asked them to print some napkins that said, "The ...

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