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Copy shop opens its doors today in Brookings

For all those concerned about the loss of copying services created by Mory’s recent closing, there is good news. Today, (July 17), Pacific Rim Copy Center opens its doors at 552 Chetco Ave. to provide those services.

Owner Barbara Wolverton said, “I’m opening it to take up the loss of printing services resulting from Mory’s closing.” Wolverton, who is the OCÉ copier technician servicing clients from Crescent City to North Bend, explained that she will not be working at the Brookings center. “I will continue to provide the same excellent service for my customer base. I’m definitely not giving up my day job,” she stressed.

However, she is making sure that customers at the copy center will also receive excellent service. Trinity Sylvester, former owner of Mory’s and her assistant, Jennifer Wood, will keep the copiers turning out a full range of copies of all sizes, formats, color or black and white, including two-sided, sorted, stapled, folded, hole punched, wide format and blueprints.

“I bought all the equipment from Paul Hay’s Pizaz in Bandon and moved the whole kit and caboodle to Brookings,” Wolverton said. She added, “I believe we’re the only ones in the area that can provide this full line of services. We can print up to 90 copies per minute, black and white, fully finished, or a single copy of any plus color printing for posters, and laminating up to 11 by 17.”

In addition to the copiers brought from Pizaz, Wolverton also purchased Mory’s black and white engineering copier for blueprints up to 36-inch format.” I wanted to make sure it was still available for public use,” she explained.

Services available at the copy center include conversion of slides and pictures to digital images. “We can scan and provide digital archiving, binding, or anything to do with creating a duplicate image,” Sylvester said.

Other services include printing calendars, coffee cups, T-shirts, photos, printing from negatives or slides, including full services for digital images, plus incoming and outgoing fax, notary public availability, and an on-site computer technician.

Wolverton’s clients, from Crescent City to North Bend will continue to receive her regular consistent and attentive service while Sylvester and Wood make sure that those in Brookings-Harbor and surrounding area have all their copying needs professionally met, with a smile.

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