We’re Hiring! (Print & Service Representative)

May 22nd, 2018 Posted in: Services

    This position requires a personal, positive individual to help clients face to face, phone, and e-mail. Aside from needed customer service skills, this will be a position that requires knowledge in the use of computers, as well as being able to multi-task. Training will be provided for the use of the print equipment. […]

Facebook Giveaway

February 2nd, 2017 Posted in: Current Promotions

We had a lot of fun holding a series of draws in December promoting our Facebook page! The winners were: First Prize: One Month FREE Billboard exposure – Chris Patriquin Second Prize: One Month FREE LetterBoard use – Rose Gibson Third Prize: One and a Half Hours of FREE Design work – Jjns Farms Fourth […]

Rural Schools Matter

February 2nd, 2017 Posted in: Uncategorized

  You’ll see these signs around our area. Van Pelt’s was happy to play a part in getting the message out!

New Designer

November 17th, 2015 Posted in: Uncategorized

We would like to welcome Krystian Wiebe to our design team here at Van Pelt’s! We are excited to have him join us – he comes with skills in both graphic and web design. He has been working for us for several months now and has been creating many exciting projects already for our clients. […]

Nomination for 2013 Label of the Year Award

July 29th, 2014 Posted in: Uncategorized

We are proud to announce that Railway City Brewing Company’s “Witty Traveller” label, which was designed by Van Pelt’s Design Plus, has been selected as one of the 10 nominees for the 2013 Label of the Year award. The award recognizes achievement in beer label design. The Witty Traveller embarks on an industrial format recognizing […]

Third Generation Takes Over

August 10th, 2012 Posted in: Uncategorized

(Article Written by Terry Carroll of The Weekly News) Michael (left) and Sarah Van Pelt, new owners of Van Pelt’s Print Plus, with previous CEO (and their dad) Floyd Van Pelt. Officially and on its signage, the business located at 800 Talbot Street in St. Thomas has been called “Office Plus A Van Pelt Company” […]