Conyers' THP Printing acquires Forest Park business

THP Graphics Group, a Conyers design, print and Internet marketing company, has acquired another marketing and printing company, Tri-C Marketing, based in Forest Park.

THP, established in 1977 and owned by Jefferson Riley, has acquired several other companies over the last 25 years, including Nelson Graphics of Avondale, Harrison Signs of Conyers, DesignPointe Communications of Dunwoody, Metro Printers Guild of Conyers, Broadwell Printing of Conyers, Regal Printing of Atlanta and Business Printing Solutions of Atlanta.

Tri-C Marketing is a 32-year-old company formerly owned by Bill and Emily Cole. Tri-C offers commercial and digital printing with total annual sales of just under $2 million. Their largest customer has been Chick-fil-A for 31 years. They serve Chick-fil-A at the corporate level, and also 1,850 Chick-fil-A operators across the country.

“Tri-C’s dedication to quality and excellent service, match the philosophies of THP; this along with similar product offerings, makes Tri-C a perfect fit for THP,” said Riley, in a press release.

“The combined forces of THP and Tri-C will continue to broaden our geographic market on a global scale, as well as further our quest to be one of the top serch engine optimization, eCommerce, and Web design companies in the state of Georgia.”