Owners & Management
Mike and Sandy Amason love printing, designers, and making their clients happy. With more than four decades in the industry between them, they know what it takes to make your project shine. After purchasing the business in 2005, the Amasons have built their team and their facility into one of the areas most trusted providers. With a client list that would make most competitors jealous (we’ll just say we run the gamut from small business owners to boutique ad agencies to Fortune 100 corporate giants), they’ve built a business on their dedication to quality service at a reasonable price.
”No matter how big or small a job is, we’re happy to make it happen,” Mike says. “Whether it’s a basic business card or a multi-functional marketing campaign, we’re excited to work with our clients so their expectations aren’t filled – they’re exceeded.
Mike and Sandy live in Jacksonville and are happy Mom and Dad to their three children: Megan, Phillip and Samantha. They’re also “parents” to the shop’s in-house mascots, Jessie & Lola. If you have questions about All About Printing’s services, availability, capabilities – or anything else, please email Mike or Sandy and they’ll be with you as soon as possible.
There’s not much Pam hasn’t printed – if you can dream it, she can get it done. Her dedication to quality and service is second to none. Pam’s been a part of the printing industry since 1984 when she started at Sir Speedy in downtown Jacksonville. There, she helped them grow their business to become number one in the State of Florida and the Top 100 Sir Speedy franchise in the nation. After working with two other local printers, Pam jumped at the chance to be part of the APPAGI team in 2008.
“I’m happy to say I’ve found a home here,” Pam says. “Mike and Sandy (the owners of All Purpose Printing and Graphics) are terrific, and their dedication to quality and service make my job easy.”
Pam is also a sales representative for Holmes Stamp/Logo Nation, which creates specialty and promotional items. She’s been an active part of the printing services community, and through the years has served as a past board member in FPRA, with the Lakeshore Athletic Association, and as the first statistician for the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick program when the Jaguars set up in Jacksonville. She’s been an active member of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce for more than 25 years, and is a proud partner of Visit Jacksonville. She also serves on a committee for Melting Barriers Foundation, which benefits Nemours Children's Hospital.
Pam lives with her husband, Jim, in the Southside area of Jacksonville. She’s proud to be mother of her two sons, Ryan and Sean O’Toole, and her amazing grandchildren, Peyton and Tavin. In her spare time, she likes to garden, golf, read, and spend time with her family and friends.
Greg has over 25 years of experience in Financial Printing, Corporate Law and Investment Banking. He has both an operational background as Regional Operations Manager, Area and Regional Director and a sales background as Vice President of Sales, Director of Sales and Executive Vice President of Business Development, International Sales Director.
Prior to joining APPAGI, Greg served in positions of senior executive management for companies such as RR Donnelley, Bowne, Merrill Corp, St. Ives, and The Fitch Group. He worked his way up through the ranks in operations and then on to sales overseeing U.S, UK and European markets. His area of expertise is concentrated on IPO’s, M&A and private investment deals such CIM’s, PPM’s, Mergers and Acquisitions.
Greg maintains active involvement in several organizations such as The Saint Andrews Society of New York, Free Mason of Knox-Corinthian’s Lodge of Dallas with a focus on the Scottish Rite Hospital for Children – Dallas, TX.
Greg is also a proud veteran of 8 years in the United States Air Force having served in Japan, South Korea and the Philippines.
Jacksonville native Ed Reid has handled just about every area of print production during his 35 year career in the industry – including estimating, prepress, press work, binding and finishing. As Prepress Manager for All Purpose Printing and Graphics, Ed preflights, checks and rechecks the files for every project that goes on the presses.
“It’s my job to make sure that our client’s jobs are properly prepared for the presses, so that their job turns out exactly as they have in mind,” Ed says. “I bring in our client’s files, make any necessary corrections, check every detail – basically make sure everything’s perfect before it ever hits the press. “Even better, he’s more than happy to work with clients before their jobs are ever sent to APPAGI. “I’m always available to our clients if they have questions or issues with their files,” he said. ”Our entire team is dedicated to making sure that what our clients envision is exactly what they get.”
Ed says he really enjoys working on the different types of projects that their clients create – everything from one-color letterhead to multi-process branding packages, and more. “It’s always a challenge start to finish, estimating, press, management, prepress, finishing, binding – just about everything."