Announces College Scholarship Program

Mar 02, 2016, 09:00 ET from

AUSTIN, Texas, March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --, a leading online custom printing provider of signage and home decor items, today announced the launch of its first college scholarship program. The bi-annual scholarship program will award $1,500 each semester to support the continued education of deserving college and college-bound students across the country.

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"At, giving back is part of our DNA and a scholarship program was a natural next step for our company," said Chelsea Woodhead, Chief People Officer at "Innovation is a key pillar for and we wanted our scholarship program to help us find the young innovators creating change in their classrooms and communities. We are passionate about education and we're excited to help students pursue their academic dreams."

The scholarship program is open to high school students who have been accepted into college or current undergraduate or graduate students. To apply for the scholarship program, eligible students can visit to submit their application. The deadline for the Spring scholarship is April 29, 2016 and winners will be announced no later than May 9, 2016.

In addition to, the Company also operates and It currently has over 300 employees and generates sales across the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.

About is a leading online custom printing provider of signage and home decor items. Products include signs, canvas, apparel, business cards, car wraps and more. Founded in 2005, the Austin, Texas-based company now operates over 40 websites with operations in four countries. Through the Giving Program, the company has contributed more than $1 million to over 1,700 local and national nonprofit organizations. It has also received national recognition for its donation of more than 337,000 welcome home banners and signs (valued at more than $10 million) to the friends and families of military service members returning home from a deployment. To learn more visit

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