Rent A Press enters market as newest trade printer at Print 17

Selineh Pitross.
Selineh Pitross.

Rent A Press (Las Vegas, Nevada) has entered the printing market as the newest wholesale printer for resellers at the recently concluded Print 17 tradeshow held Sept. 10-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago. “Attendees were happy to see a new and non-traditional trade print site introduced to the market,” said Selineh Pitross, Product Manager at Rent A Press. “What sets Rent A Press apart is its everyday low prices and award-winning software integrations that offer a user buyer experience like no other online trade printer.” Geared toward marketers, Rent A Press is structured around ultra-low product pricing and high profitability by providing print resellers with an extensive inventory of products and printing processes through a global network of print providers. During the show, attendees received premium sample packs with high-quality print marketing materials – including pocket folders containing business cards, postcards, greeting cards, rack cards, brochures and other popular products.

Rent A Press at Print 17.
Rent A Press at the Print 17 tradeshow.

As a member of the InkRouter network, Rent A Press opens access to a print procurement solution through a bi-directional API technology. Additionally, will-call locations throughout the U.S. help the printer fulfill orders more quickly and provide an option for local pick-up, which significantly lowers or eliminates shipping costs. Rent A Press also uses DaVinci Designer, an integrated online designer and 3D proofer. The digital visualization tool provides a soft proof of print and packaging designs with real-time editing capabilities. It instantly renders a 3D design and allows users to rotate and view products in 360 degrees. The software provides a more realistic and accurate preview of lighting variances and physical characteristics of the final printed product.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.