Dennis Yates Retired!

At the end of July, one of Metropolitan’s fine salesmen decided to retire. Dennis Yates, who had been a salesman at Metropolitan for over 10 years, chose to retire because, “it was just time.” Now that he has some spare time, he’s planning on working around the house, fishing, and more golfing. Dennis says he’ll…

Employee Spotlight: Ryan Provines

Anyone who has ever worked with Ryan can attest to his infectious positive attitude. Ryan sincerely cares about his coworkers and his customers. It’s this kind of attitude that has led to Ryan’s success as a Sales Representative. The 3 years that Ryan has spent working at Metropolitan have taught him a thing or two.…

Customer Corner

It’s always nice to hear when you have satisfied customers. It’s even nicer when they tell you what you’re doing right. One such customer, Deb Winter from Océ Business Services, Inc. for Carrier Corporation, brightened an employee’s day in March when she boasted about our services. One would think that Deb would be complimenting the…

Employee Spotlight: Tim Carter

                                Although Tim has only worked at Metropolitan for about 2 and a half years, he is thriving in the Customer Service department. Recently, Tim received his Bachelor’s with a degree in Business Administration concentrating on Management. He says one of his key motivators was that he…

MPS Employee Spotlight: Tony Davidson

This month, Tony Davidson is celebrating his 42nd anniversary with Metropolitan Printing Service!  Throughout Tony’s 42 years here, the best part for him has been the constant learning. Even after so many years here, there’s still more knowledge to acquire! Tony has stayed with  Metropolitan because he enjoys it – the work and the people.…

MPS Employee Spotlight: Lonnie Resler

After being in the print industry for 35 years, which includes a few years running his own print shop and 18 years working at Metropolitan, I would say Lonnie knows a thing or two about printing.  The first machine Lonnie used at Metropolitan, and one he still uses frequently today, is the stitcher.  Lonnie has…