Mission Screen Printing
Owner: Jason Lindenmuth
Location: Bally, PA
Business: Bottle and Textile Printing
Purpose of Loan: Equipment and working capital
Impact: Economic Security
Entrepreneur Jason Lindenmuth originally launched Mission Screen Printing in 2004 as a textile printing business producing customized t-shirts. After his enterprise initially grew, Jason experienced an annual trend when t-shirt orders declined sharply during the winter months. To keep his business thriving year-round, Jason decided to diversify by expanding into the niche market of bottle/container printing. However, securing financing for new equipment proved to be a challenge for this small business owner.
In 2013, after being turned down by traditional financial institutions, Jason was referred to Community First Fund. Soon after, we provided a loan for the purchase of Mission Screen’s first piece of bottle-printing equipment. Over the years, we have continued to support Jason with additional financing to help him grow his business. As a result, the business has expanded its service capabilities and recently relocated to a larger facility in Bally to accommodate increased demand. Mission Screen Printing now provides custom printing services for bottles, textiles, and other products of all shapes and sizes for businesses and organizations across the country.