Mount Rushmore

Presidents’ Day 2016

In observance of Presidents’ Day, Impression Point will be closed on Monday, February 15th.  We will reopen on Tuesday, February 16th at 9am.  Check out some interesting facts about Presidents’ Day below. Presidents’ Day was originally established to celebrate George Washington’s birthday and is traditionally celebrated on February 22nd – Washington’s actual birthday.  Today, we…

Horizons at GFA brochure

Customer Spotlight: Horizons at Greens Farms Academy

The Horizons Student Enrichment Program at Greens Farms Academy’s mission is to improve educational outcomes for K-12 students in the Bridgeport school district. Horizons programs have transformed the students futures by providing experiences that improve academic performance, build confidence, raise aspirations and instill a life-long love of learning. Building a successful program like Horizons at…

Kids holding Moving with Math text books

Customer Spotlight: Moving with Math

In 1980, Math Teachers Press developed the manipulative based Moving with Math Learning System to provide targeted intervention for students in grades pre-K through high school. The success of their program quickly carried them into school districts across the country and they were faced with the challenges of customizing and printing their marketing materials and…

Simply Gardens Brochure

Customer Spotlight: Simply Gardens

Simply Gardens, a locally based specialty horticulturist, installs and maintains container and vegetable gardens using sustainable healthy harvests. Simply Gardens was looking to grow their client base through direct mail marketing. However, they were faced with four key challenges: 1. How to identify the target audience 2. Where to procure the addresses 3. How to design…

Statue of Christopher Columbus in Brooklyn

Columbus Day

In recognition of the Columbus Day holiday, Impression Point will be closed on Monday 10/13 and will reopen again on Tuesday, 10/14 at 9 a.m. We hope you enjoy the holiday! Click on the link for a wiki history , but if you want a lighter take, check out the poem below. Here is the complete 1492 poem:…