December 2016 Newsletter

The Spirit of Giving Makes our Community Great

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” These words, from an often-quoted African proverb, reflect the true spirit of community. At Muir Omni Graphics, supporting the community is woven into the fabric of who we are and what we do – and has been since our founding more than 50 years ago.


Mary Sutton, Vice President, explains “At Muir Omni Graphics, we strive to be a good neighbor,” noting that in 2016, Muir Omni Graphics supported a variety of community endeavors that benefited the youth of the greater Peoria area – from the Peoria Riverfront Museum to Peoria Youth Hockey, and from the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to the Memphis to Peoria Run.

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Customer Questions

Client Question:

We currently have a current pre-spaced, pre-masked lettering decal application that is applied to a painted surface for Brand Identity. Some of the lettering of our logo information is very thin and difficult to deal with during the application process. Is there an alternative solution for our Branding needs?


We would be able to redesign the application as printed lettering on a solid clear background or perhaps a colored background that could be color matched to the painted surface. Application of a solid rectangular decal can often be much easier than pre-spaced pre-masked vinyl, especially when thin characters or detailed designs are included. We would be happy to run some samples of the redesign options for your review.

Employee Spotlight: Jenny Lindmeier

Position/Title: I joined the Client Relations Team this past September.

How long you’ve been at Muir Omni Graphics: 10 years

Favorite part of the job: I enjoy working with my clients and the people I Work with here at Muir Omni Graphics.

Words of wisdom: Enjoy today, you never know what tomorrow will bring.

Hometown: I grew up and still live in Creve Coeur, IL.

Hobbies outside of work: I really like to fish on our boat and enjoy the sunshine out on the water.

What is one thing most people don’t know about you: When I was a kid, I could ride a unicycle.

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