Friday, 01 March 2013 00:00
Manhasset resident Marian Mulderrig started her graphics, marketing and printing business in 1986 following both the birth her of her second child and her resignation from the art department of Publishers Clearing House, which had been brought in - house from Manhattan advertising companies in 1982. “I wanted to have flexibility in raising my children while still pursuing a career in graphic arts and printing,” she said. “It worked out very well for me and for my family.”
Mulderrig works with local and regional businesses, restaurants, charities and individuals and provides graphic design, marketing, printing and promotional materials with a personal, hands-on approach to obtain the best solutions for the specific goals of her clients. Well-used to tight deadlines and working under pressure, Mulderrig says she gets things done, and not only keeps her clients informed, but makes them happy with good results.
In addition, she said, “my experience in working with various suppliers allows me to obtain the best options for my clients based on quality, turnaround, pricing and whatever requirements are involved in a particular project.” The relationships Mulderrig has developed over the years with printing, mailing, trade show displays and materials provide clients with a total package for all their needs. She also has experience with preparing mailings, including the Post Office Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM), for local mailing for business development and promotional specials.