Let us help you with your next printing project
The Planning Stage . . . Regal Art
As a family-owned print shop, Malcolm “Chuck” and Sue are always eager to assist with any questions you may
have. Having been in the printing business most of their adult life, they have the expertise to help you decide the
best way to print the job you need at the best possible price. Job estimates are always free. Our motto is “Your
image on paper is important, it reflects YOU!”
Printing doesn’t just have to be on paper. You can put your company logo on just about anything. Let us help you
with your next Marketing Plan. Put your name on the desk of a business person where it’s easily accessible to
him/her with a letter opener, calendar or coffee cup with your company logo on it or on water bottles and towels for
your sports teams. The ideas are endless! Go to Promotional Products to choose from 1000’s of items you can put
your company logo on.
After the Planning Stage, there's the Budget . . .
We can work with you to try to find a cost-effective way to meet your goals, whether it’s a print job or an advertising
item. Our two digital presses offer us a means to cost effectively print smaller quantities of full-color print projects
with great color. We can provide you with an estimate before starting your job.
The "Go Ahead" is given, what's next?
Your printing job will be designed and a proof of your job will usually be given to assure that you are happy with the
outcome. After your OK is given on the proof, your job will be processed in an efficient manner to ensure a great
We are conveniently located at 599 Plains Rd., just off the center of town in Georgia, VT
About the Owners . . .
Malcolm “Chuck” Baker first went to Regal Art Press to buy paper as a teenager in High
School. He would do small print jobs for people out of his home. He later started working at Regal Art full time after High School. In 1971, he married Susan Coons and they
have been a team ever since. Chuck left Regal Art Press to go to Lane Press for three
years, then returned to buy Regal Art at the age of 26. They have since raised two children and have seven grandchildren. They are the longest current owners of any local
print shop. They are proud to have had many family members working with them
through the years; their son, Keith, and from time to time, their daughter, Sandy, Sue’s
dad, Ron, brother Larry, nephew Kenny and Chuck’s father, Reg and brother, Gary
Baker were always on hand when something needed fixing. It’s been a family-oriented
business from the beginning. The old saying was that ink ran in their blood. They look
forward each and every day to greeting their customers with a smile. They hope to see
you soon! Read more about the history of Regal Art Press here.