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These are definitely uncertain and unprecedented times caused by COVID-19.  As we all adapt and adjust, we all hope you, your families, co-workers, and friends are staying safe, healthy, and well.

I am sure you are aware of Governor Newsom’s declaration of the “Safer At Home” order.  For clarity, please see the LA County declaration of March 19. In addition to gatherings being no more than 9 individuals, it also orders the closures of non-essential businesses and commercial properties. Fortunately, because of customers we support each day, Classic Litho + Design falls under the definition of an “Essential Business” (pt. 13 of the order).

We continue to remain open and functional to serve as support for your rapidly evolving responses to COVID-19 and its changes on your business, services, and clients.

We are taking the responsibility of an essential business very seriously.  We continue to enact strict social distancing policies, enhanced cleaning protocols, and are following all CDC recommendations to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees.

Many companies are working to create a rapid response to these quickly changing issues for their employees and customers.

Let us know if we can help with any of the following:

  • Revising your Standard Print Collateral
  • Crafting new Direct Mail Campaigns
  • Updating or Replacing Signage
  • Any changes to typical marketing campaigns

Additionally, in order to do our part, we are prioritizing and fast-tracking any COVID-19 related projects from now through the end of April at a minimum. Please let us know if we can help you build a plan for your print collateral, mailing services, signage, or other communication needs.

Please feel free to contact us during the business day, or complete the form on this page to receive quick support.

COVID-19 Related Support

Complete this short form to let us know how we can support you with print and communication related to the coronavirus.

Masoud Nikravan

Masoud was born in Iran to a German mother and Iranian father. He began his career as a commercial airline pilot during the glamorous “Catch Me If You Can” days of the airline industry. After moving to the United States, he learned about printing from the ground up by taking an entry level job at a small mom and pop print shop and learning how to do every position. Since then, he started his own company and has grown it so that he can provide clients a full array of printing services including wide format, offset, digital, die cutting, etc.