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Primoprint Announces Acquisition and Renovation of Huntersville Building

Friday, March 20, 2020

Press release from the issuing company

National online custom print & design company to move into new location for growing business & staff

Charlotte, N.C. – Primoprint today announced the purchase of a Huntersville office building to accommodate the company’s rapid growth and increased staff. Xhenis Levack, Primoprint’s CEO, purchased the building in late 2019 and has already started renovations of the space, which previously served as a medical office. The renovations are scheduled to be completed at the end of Spring 2020, with a grand opening planned for later in the year.

Under Ms. Levack’s leadership, Primoprint has sustained 20% year-over-year growth and added ten new employees. Although rapidly expanding, the Primoprint team won’t be moving far – the new building is located next door to their existing offices on Gilead Road. Once completed, the renovations will accommodate the company’s future growth, adding additional square footage to the 4500 sq. ft. brick building.

Primoprint’s new office is conveniently situated on an acre of land near the intersection of U.S. 21 and Gilead Road. Ms. Levack has big plans for that piece of land. Having immigrated from post-Cold War Eastern Europe as a teenager, she is familiar with the challenges of poverty and food insecurity. With that in mind, she is planning an urban garden for the community. “The new garden will allow local kids to come and learn to grow food. A lot of kids today don’t even know about seeds and the ability to grow food for their families,” says Levack.

Whether renovating an existing building or providing educational and nutritional resources for local children, Ms. Levack and the Primoprint team are committed to investing in the broader Charlotte community. To learn more about Primoprint, visit primoprint.com.


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