LPi Expands Church Family by Acquiring Catholic Printery

September 5, 2019  •   LPi

High-quality bulletin printing in action

LPi is excited to announce the acquisition of Catholic Printery, a 35-year-old bulletin printing company headquartered in Seattle, Washington. The decision to acquire Catholic Printery came as a result of the retirement of Kieth Sterling, president of Catholic Printery. LPi’s acquisition of Catholic Printery continues their expansion as a single source provider of print, digital, and service solutions, helping thousands of parishes across the country create more vibrant faith communities.

The move to LPi provides many advantages to their new customers:

  • Effective Ad Sales & Design
  • Design Templates
  • Year-Round Technical Support
  • Calendar with Important Dates & Holidays
  • Automatic Digital Uploads of Weekly Bulletins

Additionally, they’ll also have access to WeCreate, LPi’s new digital art and content platform. Here, they’ll find the latest in stock photography, church clip art, Catholic prayers, weekly Gospel reflections, and more — absolutely free. Learn more about WeCreate.

Joe Luedtke, CEO of LPi, is confident that the transition from Catholic Printery to LPi will be a smooth one for all involved.

“I know the decision to retire was hard for Kieth, but he knew that we would take great care of his customers,” he shares. “I’m confident that LPi will provide each new customer with high-quality publications, on-time delivery, and a superior customer service experience. Plus, they’re going to be very excited about their new subscription to WeCreate.”

Interested in becoming a church bulletin customer? Visit our website to learn more.

LPi serves more than 6,000+ parish and diocesan partners throughout the United States. They offer everything from church bulletins to online giving, church management solutions, Catholic art and content, websites, and apps.

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