Alexander’s Celebrates 35 Years of Business

It's hard to believe that Alexander's started as a small copy shop way back in 1979, and that this year marks our 35th year of business. Of course, we're thrilled that we've come so far and that we still have the greatest customers around.

Yesterday, our team sat down to discuss some of our milestones. With so many stories surrounding the business, we thought we'd share a short timeline of events with you. It's incredible to see how how technology has really impacted the print industry, helping us develop into the full-scale commercial printing and digital marketing services provider we are today — a long way from our walk-in copy shop roots.


Alexander's opens in Provo with 2 part-time employees, advertising "copies while you wait."


BYU-storeAlexander's opens a Salt Lake location on 400 South.


Alexander's opens an Orem location on State Street and another Provo location south of BYU Campus.


AlexandersBalloonAlexander's launches it's Stars and Stripes hot air balloon at the Freedom Balloon Fest, starting an annual Alexander's tradition.


Alexander's introduces black and white digital printing with it's Xerox DocuTech digital printer.


Alexander's installs it's first HP Indigo digital color press.


070Alexander's moves to it's new administrative and production facility in Lindon, Utah.


Alexander's introduces Web-to-Print services with Divvy by Alexander's.


2002WinterOlympicsAlexander's printed the tickets for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.


Alexander's opens its wide format print department.


Alexander's launches Divvy, an online product management system for the franchise industry.


Alexander's begins offering digital and online marketing services.


Alexander's celebrates 35 years of business.

Thanks to all of our customers, past and present, who have supported us through the years. We wouldn't be where we are today without you.

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