We are a premier, one-stop custom printshop that proudly serves locally and nationwide.

From banners and business cards to posters and variable data printing, our offset and digital printing experts are ready to turn your project into an overall success.

Hampden Press is a privately owned, full service printing company. Since 1977 our reputation and success have been built around quality, service and on-time delivery.

Hampden Press has been a leader in commercial printing since 1977. While utilizing the most up-to-date digital printing and commercial offset printing technology. In addition, sophisticated variable data printing campaigns are our specialty. Call now and ask about our Web-To-Print solutions that allows for customized print on demand, 24 hours/day from anywhere in the world. Click on our Customer Resources tab to see all the excellent tools available including "Request an Estimate" and "Send a File" printing services. Hampden Press has created a place where customer service and quality are still number one. Enjoy your visit, we look forward to working with you!

Let us combine our printing expertise with the service necessary to take your project from concept to completion. Business cards to brochures, catalogs to direct mail, we'll deliver what you need, on time.

A FEW OF OUR PARTNERS

  • Adobe
    Adobe
  • Microsoft Office
    Microsoft Office
  • Printshop Mail
    Printshop Mail
  • HP Smartstream
    HP Smartstream

How To Find A Career Mentor

Having a career mentor can change your life for the better. A mentor is someone to confide in when you’re at a crossroad professionally and soak in their wisdom. But, finding a career mentor can be challenging. It's not always your supervisor, and you may not know how to seek a mentor. Imagine your future self and try to find someone whose successes align with your dreams. And, as always, conduct yourself in a professional manner. Here are three more tips to get you started on the journey to finding a career mentor:

Don’t ask a stranger—Odds are you admire a professional in your community that you don’t personally know. It’s completely normal. But don’t assume that you can ask someone to be your mentor when they don’t know you. It’s intrusive and unprofessional. Ask for an introduction from a mutual connection and take time building a relationship.

Be enjoyable—People want to help nice, friendly people who seem worthy of their time and effort. If you tend to be glass-half-empty, then revise that perspective in order to attract a mentor. Mentors want novices who are nice, friendly, upbeat, energetic and ambitious.

Network—The most important key to finding a mentor is to network. Ask for tours of companies, go to organized networking events and don’t shy away during prime opportunities. Always hand out your business card and express sincerity in learning about someone. This will help you receive referrals to good mentor matches.