Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is a printing brokerage?

A:  A printing brokerage is a firm that is connected with local and national vendors to supply printing needs to their clients.

Q:  Why choose a brokerage?

A:  With a print brokerage, we are like a concierge for your printing needs. We are not constrained by the limitations of the equipment we have in house or limited to the pricing of one supplier.  We will do the “leg work” of ensuring our clients get the best possible product at a competitive price.

A:  In a digital age where every website is competing for your business, it is sometimes difficult to decipher what is a good deal, and what is simply a “cheap” product.  By using Victory In Print, you can guarantee your order will be handled with care by a personal account rep, not an automated software system.

Q: What if I don’t have artwork?

A:  Most of our clients bring us prepared artwork by a designer that is pre-sized and ready for print.  In the event you don’t have artwork, we are happy to provide design time at a reasonable rate.

Q:  What if I used another site’s template last time?

A:  Unfortunately, unless you have the original image in a minimum 300dpi format, we cannot use the artwork that was created on another site.  Many sites offer free templates if you use their service, but the images created are not transferable to any other print provider.  If you find yourself in this situation, Victory In Print would be happy to help you re-create your artwork in a format that is yours to keep!

Q:  What if there is a grammar or spelling error on my artwork?

A:  Each file submitted to Victory In Print is reviewed in house before being submitted to our suppliers for a “proof”. Our staff will verify your content prior to submission and notify of anything that is questionable.   You will then get another chance to make changes and review your order before the proof is approved.  We make every effort possible to ensure you will be satisfied with the final product prior to it being sent to the press.