Thysse Printing Service’s roots run deep in this area. With over 70 years of printing experience, this third generation family-owned business broke ground for a new foundation in the Village of Oregon’s Alpine Business Park.
Tight timelines, limited budgets and a difficult economy motivated owner Jason Thysse, grandson of Thysse Printing founder John J. Thysse, to think differently about customer service, and the company is growing because of it.
Taking a very active role in maintaining their current customer relationships, while reaching out to potential new clients, has kept the business growing. With the expansion to the Village of Oregon, they will more-than triple the size of their current headquarters.
“The goal for us is to keep as much in-house as we can and send very little out,” Thysse said. To accomplish that, Thysse Printing will add room for finishing work like binding, gluing and folding. This allows for more control over timelines, budgets and quality.
Like Thysse we understand the challenges of building a local, multi-generational, family-owned business and we share their ties to the Oregon community. Ties that recently helped our team complete a renovation of the high school concessions stand through our community giving initiative.
Our community is strong and we’re committed to helping bring quality commercial development to the village.
Village officials actively recruited for Thysse to build in Oregon and the new headquarters is scheduled to open this spring with 19 employees, including three or four new jobs.