Cashiers Printing has been an institution in this area for years and recently had a facelift. Owner Russell Majors decided to relocate the business to Highlands and the name “Cashiers Printing” just didn’t work. So enter “Dauntless Printing” located in Highlands Plaza, across from Bryson’s Food Store.
The name change is significant to Majors. “My uncle was a fighter pilot in WWII and flew one of the infamous Douglas SBD Dauntless bombers. He was a big part of my family’s life and I just felt it was a great way to pay homage to him.”
Dauntless Printing is aptly named for another reason — our ability to create just about anything you can think of in the printing world. Majors and his staff are rarely, if ever, fazed by your requests. For a small operation, our scope is enormous and it’s impossible to list everything we do.
“Our business is run by imagination. If our customers can think of it, we can do it. If for some unknown reason we’re not able to handle it, we’ll send them to the right source,” Majors says.
We’re not just about letterheads and invoices, though. Some of the most interesting jobs have come from an individual with a vision. We have created amazing works of art using simple cell phone photos and Majors is adamant about the fact that our art department can handle anything.