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CSA Graphics Makes The Move From 110 to Nabnasset

Owner Gary Lavelle hopes to attract new business next to Tedeschi's at Nab Plaza on Brookside Road, and is holding an open house on Saturday.

Although CSA Graphics is nothing new in Westford, CSA owner Gary Lavelle is hoping to attract new customers after setting up shop at Nab Plaza this summer.

Lavelle, who purchased CSA and moved it from Route 110 near the Chelmsford border, hopes that the new location will be a positive step moving forward.

“I get a lot more customer recognition here, a lot more retail space, more visibility, and it’s a mile from my house,” he said.

CSA has already made inroads on jobs for local groups such as the Crisafulli School at the new location, but hopes the new location will also bring in individuals that are just looking for a t-shirt, hat or other customized items like pens and beer cozies.

“We’re not trying to build a big retail area, but we’re here to try and get some more walk-in traffic for the business,” he said. “We can do one shirt or five thousand shirts, we’re very versatile.”

The business will holding an Open House on Saturday, which Patch will have more information about in our Saturday morning Five Things column.

More information on the company is available on their website.

Nancy Cook August 24, 2012 at 11:13 AM
Gary made shirts for us for The Out of the Darkness walk in June as well as our shirts sweatshirts and hats for work - excellant job great quality - wonderful service -

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