New name for business re-launch

FAMILY SUPPORT: All there at the opening of Vinyl X-press from left were Marius and Celia Visser, Andre and Nelita Behr, Shane and Bernadene du Plessis Picture: BRYAN SMITH

The printing business, known as Sunny Coast Printing, recently changed its name and re-launched the business under the new branding of Vinyl X-press. The business continues to be owned and run by Nelita Behr with new services and improvements forthcoming under the new branding.

GREAT TURNOUT: Helping support the rebranded Vinyl X-press were, from left, Barbara Hattingh, Bob Mackenzie, Einda Mynhardt, Sadé Biljon, Chantel Nel Picture: BRYAN SMITH

The re-launch of the business under the new name took place on March 1 at the Duckpond Centre in Port Alfred with friends and supporters in attendance as Behr cut the ribbon to officially launch Vinyl X-press. The new name signifies a change for the business as Behr looks forward to expanding services and collaboration with the community as well as a website that is currently under construction.

ENJOYING THE REBRANDING: Luke Erasmus, left, and Kirwan Scott attended the rebranding of Vinyl X-press Picture: BRYAN SMITH

 

The business is capable of offering services and products such as canvas printing, T-shirt printing and sublimation printing on mugs, caps, magnets, coasters, puzzles, keyrings, mousepads, bags, water bottles, travel mugs, socks, masks and more. They also offer poster printing from sizes A3 to A0, as well as digital printing for signs, cars, banners and more.

WELL WISHERS: From left, Martin Neethling, Mark Price, Hein and Liana Claassen enjoyed celebrating the rebranding of Vinyl X-press Picture: BRYAN SMITH

Contact Nelita for all your printing needs on 079-196-9774, or e-mail info@vinylx-press.com

The business is located at Shop 14, Duck Pond Centre, Port Alfred and their website, www.vinylx-press.com, will be launched soon.

 

COMMUNITY SUPPORT: Standing with owner, Nelita Behr, centre, at the rebranding of her company, Vinyl X-press were – Angie Futhuse, left, and Lawrence Dama Picture: BRYAN SMITH

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