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It all started here in Downtown Green Bay in June 1982

Since 1982, working to build a strong local business community.

Forgive us for having a lot of pride in our business, Kuehn Printing. We're proud not only of the quality of products that we produce and the number of business we help grow, but our commitment to serving the community.

Kuehn Printing was started in 1982 by brothers Kevin and Chuck Kuehn. With some very worn equipment, hard work, and perhaps the nativity of being in their early 20’s they started a 600 sq foot “shop” printing business cards, letterhead, forms - small, general office use type items for businesses in the Downtown Green Bay area.

In 1990, Kevin Kuehn took over as sole owner of Kuehn Printing, and in 2007 the second generation came on board, as Ryan Kuehn joined the company. 

Today we have grown our business to over 16,000 sq feet , 16 employees, 5 Heidelberg presses the ability to print full color up to 28” x 40”. We are serving clients across the country: producing catalogs, direct mail postcards, pocket folders, labels, and yes, we still produce business cards, letterheads and forms. We are proud to have some clients that have been doing business with us our entire existence: 36 years and counting!

A lot has changed for small businesses since 1982, but the way we operate our business hasn’t. We produce high quality products, at a competitive price, on time. Its that simple model that has allowed us to grow far beyond that little shop. Printing is a deadline driven business, and we try to make things as easy as possible for our clients, while providing excellent customer service. We care -- and it shows!

While we’ve grown, Green Bay has always been, and always will be important to our business. Our management team volunteers with or is on the board of directors for the Neville Public Museum, Wildlife Sanctuary, Meyer Theatre and Wisconsin Alumni Association: Brown County. In addition, we provide free or reduced printing for an over 50 organizations in our community. Our success has been based on the support of our community, and we hope to return that generosity as best we can to the people and groups that make Green Bay Great.

After 36 years, we thank you for making us Downtown Green Bay’s oldest printer, and we hope to serve you, your business, and the community for generations to come.

-Ryan Kuehn