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Our Mission

Why We Exist

To Provide high quality custom items to delight & WOW our customers

 How Do We Behave

Customer Focus, Integrity, Accountability & Respect.

How Will We Succeed

1. Give Honor & Praise to God in ALL things "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose" Romans 8:28

2. Honor & respect our Country, and all those that serve her.

3. Be truthful and honorable with those that entrust us with their purchases (as well as those that don't)

4. Every product we produce and ship must be created in such a way as to meet or exceed the customer's needs.

5. Deliver on all commitments

6. Provide superior levels of service in all areas

7. Minimize miscommunications as much as possible.

8. Align business capabilities with products that are profitable and aligned with customer needs.

9. Assure compliance with applicable federal/state laws.

Bottom Line

Digital Impressions strives to provide customized extraordinary products from the ordinary. Rest assured that we will do whatever we can to meet your desires so that you are Wow'd with whatever you receive.

Shipping and Ordering Timeframes


Remember that we custom make most everything to order so it will normally take 3-6 days to ship your product.

Supply Chain Statement

Continued Supply Chain and Cost Increase Issues

I wish I could tell you that things were getting better, but unfortunately they are not. There continues to be problems getting some products at all as well as delays in many of the products that we are able to get. Cost pressures also continue to build in many areas of the economy which is causing many price increases.

Many products made in the US continue to be delayed in production as factories simply have more orders than they can handle. With the rapidly improving economy, demand jumped up a lot in the last 3-4 months which caught many suppliers by surprise. They have found it hard to source materials in a timely manner to be able to produce their goods in increasing volumes. Many of the goods they need are much delayed or on allocation which means that they are limited in how much they can buy. For those that are able to source their products, the most common frustration I hear is that they are not able to find additional workers to be able to produce the additional amounts of goods. This leads to further delays in shipments and longer lead times. Many items that our suppliers used to be able to have produced in 30 days are now taking 90 days to get to us.

Products made overseas are also experiencing long delays. Understand that the problem is less about the factories being able to produce the products, and more about the shipping delays. The strong demand in many markets is also causing prices to increase.

We do expect that over time things will normalize and supply chains will return to balance. How long this process will take though is unknown at this time.

Jerry Hood
Digital Impressions, LLC

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