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Rod Nagy has always had a keen eye for detail—an important quality in the printing industry.  Beginning his career in the print business 30 years ago, Rod’s initial role –drafting blueprints by hand—evolved into a myriad of positions over the years, from paste-up artwork through project management. Wanting to fully utilize his years of experience and expertise, Rod made the leap to the role of business owner, and purchased eCopy n Print three years ago. “I have a lot to offer,” says Rod of his decision.

Primarily an instant printer, eCopy n Print also does printing on press, provides design services, and works collaboratively with customers and designers to make their visions a reality. Whatever the project, Rod and his staff ensure their customers receive excellent service and high quality products. “We stand by our quality,” says Rod.

eCopy n Print recently moved to a new location at 1065 Davis Dr. Unit 5. Rod wants customers to know that while the space has changed, quality and service – the cornerstones of his business – remain the same. Happy to be closer to many of his customers, Rod believes that eCopy n Print’s new address is even more convenient and accessible.

Why did Rod choose to locate eCopy n Print in Newmarket? “It’s a growing community, and that’s what I was looking for…the opportunity to grow with it.”

Happy to see change coming to Newmarket with the vivaNext rapidways, Rod is particularly excited by the revitalization of the community, and how it will look in the future.

To learn more about the services eCopy n Print provides and their relocation to the northwest corner of Leslie and Davis Drive, check out this video.

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In Newmarket, the future of transit has arrived with the opening of the Viva yellow line on the Davis Drive rapidway. Riders can now enjoy a quick comfortable journey to one of three vivastations at Longford, Main and Southlake, or continue to the Highway 404 park and ride with curbside stops at Huron Heights and Leslie.

With fast, reliable transit and updated utilities in place, Newmarket is prepared for the growth already happening. More travel choices and attractive, tree-lined streets will bring more places to live and work in Newmarket’s downtown. All this goes a long way to improving transit in York Region and all of you are a big part of that. Thank you!

Wondering what this is all about or what a rapidway is? Click here to find out.

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