PrintingHouse Press recently filmed its first branding video, which is now available at www.phpny.com.
Online PR News – 04-June-2014 – New York, NY – New York, NY (June 2, 2014) – PrintingHouse Press, New York’s premier appellate services provider, recently filmed its first branding video, which is now available at www.phpny.com. The branding video was filmed entirely in the PHP office, offering an intimate look at the company and its knowledgeable and experienced staff.
With this video, PrintingHouse Press brings you inside their day-to-day operations, providing an in-depth look at their company-wide allegiance to providing first class service to their clients and their unmatched commitment to being the forerunner in all technological developments in the appellate services industry.
“Our main focus was to create a video that captures the core of our company culture,” stated John Farrell, President of PrintingHouse Press. “Each view was carefully selected to showcase the many facets and personalities of our company, as well as a look at PrintingHouse Press behind the scenes.”
In addition, PrintingHouse Press recently released their new responsive website, which marked a fundamental change in how PrintingHouse Press presents information to their clients and the public at large. The company continues to build on its reputation as the leader in the appellate services industry.
About PrintingHouse Press
PrintingHouse Press has been the East Coast’s leading appellate services provider for nearly a half century. Since its inception in 1970, PrintingHouse Press’ mantra has been to provide the legal community with unparalleled appellate printing and litigation support services. Over the years, we have built a team of highly talented and experienced professionals who share the same vision, passion and dedication. Our staff of paralegal and appellate consultants is renowned for its knowledge and familiarity with the rules and internal operating procedures within all State Courts, the thirteen Federal Circuit Courts and the United States Supreme Court.