Peczuh Printing, Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County Honored at Chamber Luncheon

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Peczuh Printing was recognized as the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Business Spotlight of the Month at a luncheon on Thursday. Frank Peczuh took time to accept the honor and speak briefly about Peczuh Printing’s work in the local community.

Peczuh Printing is a five-facility operation that employs nearly 150 employees. The business received its start in 1962 when Frank Peczuh Sr. opened Peczuh Printing in Price. The family-owned company continued to grow, expanding to three other locations in Utah and one in Grand Junction, Colo.

“We thrive on challenges, and have successfully delivered many unique solutions for our clients,” the business’ website shares. “We specialize in delivering high-quality commercial, digital and wide-format printing along with mailing, distribution and warehouse solutions. In addition to these print communication services, our team of in-house marketing professionals offer our clients a full range of customized strategic marketing solutions.”

Also highlighted at the luncheon was the CCCC Charity Spotlight of the Month. The Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County received the honor with club director Josie Luke taking time to speak on behalf of the entity. Luke thanked those in attendance for their past support of the club and encouraged future support as the club aims to provide a safe and educational after-school program for local youth.

“The kids are definitely worth your investment,” Luke said.

Luke continued by explaining the club’s goal to focus on “college as an expectation, not as a dream” for club members. Donations help keep the club’s door open to local youth while club employees push the pursuit of college to all members.

For more information or to make a donation to the local club, please call Luke at (435) 637-6066 or visit https://www.bgc-carboncounty.org/Donate.php

For the remainder of the meeting, EksAyn Anderson, author, sales and negotiation expert, and speaker, spoke to those in attendance. Anderson highlighted various topics, including how basic principles influence business and how to approach the decision maker of a business.

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