NEWPORT, KY—What began as a small garage commercial printer in 1905 has grown into a nationally recognized printer of custom labels for consumer packaged goods. Steinhauser celebrates 115 years of offering high-quality solutions, providing opportunities to those with diverse backgrounds and making a difference in communities across the region.
“I’ll promise you this. If you decide to use us as a source for printing—either now, next month, or next year—the service you’ll receive will be nothing less than that which you offer your own customers from your own business,” said Wilbur Steinhauser, second-generation owner. Steinhauser has remained focused on providing customers top quality and exceptional service despite the ups and downs of the economy and ever-changing trends. It is a formula that has worked for four generations and will work for many more.
Throughout its history, Steinhauser has fostered a culture of creativity and innovation to meet customer’s needs. 2020 proves to be the same. Steinhauser’s “Timeline” campaign accelerates this month, focusing on the company’s story throughout the years and chronicling a journey with triumphs and losses.
The campaign, which started this summer, continues through the year and uses Steinhauser’s Instagram page as a way to highlight its history and impact, but also emphasize the importance of humble beginnings, the fight to stand up through tough times, and the keys to success and survival.
Instead of posts about awards and recognition, Steinhauser wanted to do something different and remind the community about family, friends and growing together. To participate in the campaign, visit Steinhauser Inc on Instagram, or follow along on Facebook and LinkedIn and share your success stories that deserve recognition. As current fourth-generation owner Tara Halpin says, “communication is of utmost importance. Staying in contact with customers, suppliers, and industry peers is essential to ensuring packaging and label producers continue to operate. The label and packaging industry is a close-knit community, and now is the time to maintain a supportive culture.”