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Rochester firm launches personalized gifts for kids site

Rochester Business Journal
June 20, 2014

Digitech Publishing Inc. has launched an online store, called kidsluvem.com, to offer customers a chance to customize gifts for youth. 

“We want our customers to have the best products possible,” said Karen Read, general manager and creator of Digitech’s digital print center in a statement.  “In keeping with our commitment to quality, we decided to take advantage of personalization.” 

The full-service digital print company, located at 478 Thurston Road, has been in business since 1977. It employs 12 people in Rochester. 

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