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Surplus Today Expands Readership for Summer 2013

We would like to extend a warm "thank you" to all of our new Surplus Today readers. In the past six months, the publication's readership has expanded by close to 1,000 new subscribers! With the influx of new readers including fans of military surplus, tactical...

Custom Business Card Resume

In a collaborative effort with Action Resumes of Brighton, Michigan, David Castlegrant and Associates has developed a custom, more artistic approach to the generic resume. Standout and get your business card resume for as little as $125 (this includes 250 cards and...

Mousepad – Woodville Surplus

Custom mousepad designed for Woodville Surplus of Oregon, Ohio. Concept was to incorporate the trademark wood floor that can be seen at Woodville Surplus in Oregon, OH. We then superimposed their logo to look as if it was part of the floor. Printed in full color, high...

ANME News – Quarterly Publication

David Castlegrant and Associates (DCA) is pleased to announce their creation of the ANM EXPO NEWS, a quarterly print publication focusing on the people, companies and products of the army-navy industry. The ANM EXPO NEWS  is under the creative leadership of Deborah...

Mousepad Concept – Joe’s Army Navy

Testing the capabilities of our printing equipment, we created a custom mousepad for one of our customers, Joe's Army Navy. We have the capabilities of printing full color on clothing, canvas, wood, plastic, glass, polyester and metal. It's Great for short run...

Mr. Sponge Site Design

Mr. Sponge wanted a new site that encompassed the brand identity of the company. Our goal was to create something that was visually appealing, but also easy to navigate. Calling out the areas that would be most important to the customer. It was requested that the site...

DCA Custom Mousepads

David Castlegrant and Associates now has the capabilities of making custom mousepads and other promotional items. Contact us...

Woodville Surplus Business Card

We were asked to design a business card that could represent both the department (Medical Apparel) and the store (Woodville Surplus -- Army Navy Surplus Store). Our concepts all involved old WWII propaganda posters that related to the medical field. Most, utilizing...

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