Bigger. Better. Stronger. Campus Ink is moving.

When I graduated from the University of Illinois in 2014, two local business owners, Tom Coleman & Jedd Swisher decided to open the doors of their family business, Campus Sportswear, to me. Not knowing what would happen, or where we would go, the two long time friends and business partners decided they wanted to continue their family’s legacy and continue growing the business. In 2015 there three of us formed Campus Ink. Campus Sportswear shortened its name to Campus Ink, but extended the legacy that Tom’s father, Joe, started in 1947.

In the last four years we have worked to redefine the custom printing experience for you, the customer, our Campus Ink Family. Working hard to expand our production capabilities, technology, product offerings, and customer success we believe we have everything it takes to make your experience near perfect. Generations of experience, packed with new youth and technology, make for a promising future at Campus Ink.

Today, we are pleased to announce that we are moving to new production facility just north of the University of Illinois that will expand our production capacity nearly 10 times. Gone are the days from going up and down stairs, loading zone parking tickets, and driving on campus to pick up your order.

We have purchased brand new, state of the art equipment, that will increase our production capacity, quality, and bring everything under one roof. We are also pleased to announce that we can now offer Direct to Garment Printing for those complicated smaller jobs, as well as a full service Sign & Banner shop. We are ready for you.

As a company that was founded on a 6th Street, we promise to remain on Campus. We will be updating our customers shortly with our new Campus Location so that we continue to service the faculty and student population at the University of Illinois.

Our new location is as follows:
1201 w. Kenyon Rd,
Urbana, IL 61801

Warm Regards,

Steven Farag
Co-Owner | Campus Ink

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