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New business aims to Impress

Manj Sidhu (left to right), Deputy Mayor Mel Kositsky, Ram Singh, Nick Sidhu, Christian Collucci were on hand for the grand opening open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at Langley
Manj Sidhu (left to right), Deputy Mayor Mel Kositsky, Ram Singh, Nick Sidhu, Christian Collucci were on hand for the grand opening open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at Langley's Instant Imprints.
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A new Langley business is hoping to make a lasting impression.

Instant Imprints, a promotional marketing franchise which produces custom T-shirts, signs, banners, business apparel, school and team clothing and other promotional products, opened its doors at their new Langley location recently with a grand opening and open house.

The U.S. based company, which began in 2002, expanded to Canada in 2007.

The Langley store, located 6360 202 Street, is the third Instant Imprints location in B.C.

It is owned by Manj and Nick Sidhu.

“Instant impressions offers limitless solutions, but only one purpose, helping our business customers promote,” Sidhu said. “We can imprint on anything from pens, golf balls and clothing to cars and buildings.”

One unique aspect of the business is that large volumes of an order are not needed as any size quantity can

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