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The Blueprinter moves to Spring Street 

The Blueprinter in Paso Robles

The new home of The Blueprinter on Spring Street in Paso Robles.

The Blueprinter opened a shiny new storefront on Spring Street this month. The shop relocated from Railroad to 345 Spring St.

“We moved because of the great opportunity to be on Paso’s main corridor, between 12th and 1st, and be part south of the Park area renaissance, says owner Doug Schultz.

“We also have a new name to go with our new building,” Schultz says, “The Blueprinter and Graphics.”

“We bought the building and have two spaces for lease,” he says. “We also upgraded our press capabilities with the purchase of Konica Minolta C7000 Digital Press.

“We are now the alternative to big box stores for the community. Better prices, better quality with qualified people to assist in graphics and design.”

The remodeled building was formerly home to the Community Health Centers of the Central Coast that closed the location more than a year ago.

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One Response to The Blueprinter moves to Spring Street

  1. Liz Byrnes

    All the best to you in your new location Blueprinters!!! Will be in soon.

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