Copies In Time, Oswego’s newest copy and print center, offers an array of services aimed at meeting the needs of virtually everyone that walks through the door.
Located in the iHeart Corp Incubator building at 29 W. Seneca St., Copies In Time is locally owned and operated, offering Oswego residents the option to shop locally without giving up competitive pricing.
SUNY Oswego Intern Elizabeth Shepherd says the idea is to “provide not only quality service and low prices, but convenience for customers as well.” Copies In Time will open early or stay open late by request in an attempt to meet the demands of all customers.
Development, planning and promotion for the launch of Copies In Time was provided by three SUNY Oswego students interning at iHeart Oswego through the college’s Experience Based Education program: Elizabeth Shepherd, Emily Chambers and Molly Darrow and led by Victoria Gailinas of iHeart Oswego.
“With advancements in technology such as computers and the Internet, people are forgetting the power of print media,” Chambers said. “In addition, the high quality printers generate a product much better than any home printer.”
The company byline, “Color is Everything,” refers to the exceptional quality of the prints produced by the company’s cutting edge equipment.
Copies In Time provides copy services including copies ranging in size from 8.5”x 11” to 11”x 17,” banners, brochures, posters, programs, and more.
Copies start at 8 cents each for black and white and 39 cent apiece for color. Finishing services such as binding and stapling are available as well.
The owners plan to have the store open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. It also will be open by appointment for business owners or students.
For more information, visit CopiesInTime.com, on Facebook, or call 402-6623.