Local design studio recognized as industry leader

Epic Design Studio has been selected and recognized as a leader in the graphics industry by 3M Graphics Canada.

Earlier this month Epic Design Studio received 3M Select Graphics Provider-Silver Status.

As a 3M partner, Epic Design can help create and execute graphic solutions.

All 3M partners must pass 3M’s thorough auditing process to achieve this elite status and be recognized by 3M as leaders in the graphics industry.

As a silver level partner, Epic Design is committed to providing high-quality 3M graphics to customers and can offer 3M Performance Guarantee on applicable graphics.

3M is a global technology company delivering innovative solutions to life’s everyday needs.

*Correction notice: In the Dec. 22 edition of the Mirror we incorrectly stated that Epic Design Studio was the only 3M Graphics Canada Provider-Silver Status on Vancouver Island.

Grant Signs in Campbell River says they also have the 3M Graphics Canada Provider-Silver Status.

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