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Moore Imprints finds new home

Kim and Nate Fisher are shown in their new location for their business, Moore Imprints, on Knowles Avenue in New Richmond. Dave Newman / RiverTown Multimedia

The desire for more visibility and a larger space led the decision for Moore Imprints to make a move.

The long-time New Richmond business moved to 219 S. Knowles Ave., on Oct. 16. The business had been located for the past 30 years on North Fourth Street.

Moore Imprints has been owned for the past five years by Nate and Kim Fisher. They offer a wide range of screen printing and embroidery options for customers.

LINK: www.mooreimprints.com

The Fishers said they began thinking about moving to Knowles Avenue two years ago, but things never quite lined up until now.

"We thought it would be a great idea if the time and the location was right," Nate said.

When 219 S. Knowles Ave., the former home of St. Croix Abstract and Title, became available, the Fishers found the right location. The building is located in the center of a busy block and it offers 1,000 more square feet of workspace than their previous location.

If you are looking for New Richmond Tigers apparel, this is your place to shop. Moore Imprints carries a wide variety of New Richmond sports apparel, along with Wisconsin and Minnesota apparel.

A large part of the business at Moore Imprint comes in custom orders. They can work with artwork that's brought into the shop, or they can create custom artwork for customers. The average turnaround time on custom orders is a week.

Moore Imprints also has a robust website that includes a design studio where customers can create their own custom apparel, host a fundraising store, and get a quick quote without having to pick up the phone.

Moore Imprints has always been owned by couples. The business was begun 30 years ago by Jack and Rachel Moore. It was sold to Larry and Cathy Olbrantz, who sold it to the Fishers five years ago.

Dave Newman
Dave Newman has been the sports editor at the New Richmond News since 1988. He has covered the action in the Middle Border Conference, Dunn-St. Croix Conference and Big Rivers Conference for nearly 30 years.
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