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Pretty fancy brochure, huh, for a theater company with just one show under its belt?

When New Georges was starting, I lived in a loft on the top floor of my in-laws’ business — an all-in-one ad agency.  Their art department and printing press were right downstairs!  That was some serious start-up support at a time when creating materials was not at all DIY.  While this was a bit above our paygrade (didn’t sell too many of those memberships, no surprise!) that we looked so viable from the start was a huge leg up, and I’m super grateful to them.   — Susan

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