Her·i·tage

Pronunciation: 'her-&-tij
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from heriter to inherit, from Late Latin hereditare, from Latin hered-, heres heir -- more at HEIR
1 : property that descends to an heir
2 a : something transmitted by or acquired from a predecessor : LEGACY, INHERITANCE b : TRADITION
3 : something possessed as a result of one's natural situation or birth : BIRTHRIGHT <the nation's heritage of tolerance>


Heritage Publishing & Distributing is a veteran of the graphic communications industry, with over 35 years in printing and publishing. Clarence and Patricia Swyers have fostered a culture in which customer service and satisfaction is the prime objective of Heritage.

Today Heritage works to meet all needs of their clients with jobs being designed and produced for both print and electronic media, including the world wide web. By understanding the end use of a project, Heritage can effectively create materials for a print campaign and then re-purpose it for electronic media and the internet.

Are you looking to aggressively target your audience?

Can you reduce costs, by doing something “outside-the-box?”

Does your organization struggle with maintaining brand continuity?

There are many questions you can ask yourself. Heritage would be glad to provide a Print Media Review where we analyze a project and suggest areas for possible savings and increased response. If the prospects of the audit are appealing, Heritage will gladly provide a quotation for your project.

Please contact Heritage Publishing & Distributing today, and take advantage of our experience and knowledge.

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