About Waimea Instant Printing
Here at Waimea Instant Printing, we have worked with hundreds of small, medium and large businesses to turn their promotional projects into printed reality.
At Waimea Instant Printing, we’re driven to do a good job because we care about doing a good job. Our goal is to provide personalized service; the flexibility to meet your requirements; and always a great finished product. The bottom line is that if you need something printed, we’ll go out of our way to make sure it happens. Whatever your needs, call us first! We care about every customer and every print job, and we’ll spend as much time as is needed to ensure that you get what you expect: satisfaction every single time.
We assist our customers with every aspect of design – from creating original pieces to preparing your design to print as you envisioned it and everything in between. Give us an idea of what you want to create and we can help you get it there. If you already have the design created, we can easily convert it into printed material that will accomplish your goals. We have separated ourselves in an increasingly competitive industry through our steadfast commitment to grow our customer base and improve our company. We have always been known for our honesty, trust, and integrity. We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship, and take accountability for it. Our values, morals, and ethics have provided us with invaluable business relationships and with great customers who love working with us. We always take an innovative approach to getting jobs produced. There is a short chain of command, and a commitment to our customers through responsiveness to their needs and the industry trends.
Meet The Big Island’s Premiere Printing Professionals:
Neil Morriss grew up in Waimea and graduated from Hawaii Preparatory Academy in 1972. He attended Colby College and graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1976. His first career was in banking where he was a loan officer with the Indian Head National Bank in Nashua and Concord New Hampshire. In 1980 he returned to Hawaii to run 550 acres of family owned macadamia nut orchard in South Kona. When the market for macnuts peaked in 1987 the orchard was sold. In 1988 Neil started NMI Super Office which offered desktop publishing and database services and copying. The first big job was printing the employee manuals for the opening of the Hyatt Waikoloa Beach Hotel. (The manuals had been printed but they were still on a boat) In 1995 Neil changed the name of the business to Waimea Instant Printing to better reflect the evolution of the business.
Matthew Pearce grew up in California and was a flight software programmer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory during the 1980s. In 1990 Matthew moved to Waimea and began offering layout, design and typesetting services. He is the current owner of the Waimea Gazette.