JPT Graphics and owners Shirley and Simon Lewenstein celebrated a ribbon cutting and grand opening of their new headquarters and studio for their ten employees in Irving’s Heritage Crossing at 212 W. Irving Boulevard on Wednesday, December 8.  The company which was previously located on Grauwyler in Irving purchased the 5,000 sq ft building on Irving Blvd and totally refurbished both its exterior and interior with remarkable results. Students from the Universal Academy in Irving entertained guests by singing Christmas carols at the ribbon cutting before Mayor Gears read a proclamation declaring it JPT Graphics Day in Irving.

 

The Dallas Morning News has coverage of the event here and we snapped several photos.

 

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Outside JPT Graphics, students from the Universal Academy prepare to warm up the crown on a cold winter morning

 

 

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Co-owner Shirley Lewenstein prepares for the grand opening

 

 

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This festive Christmas wreath of donut holes commemorating JPT’s grand opening was a big hit!

 

 

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Universal Academy students sing Christmas Carols

 

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From the drums to their vocal talent, the students’ musical ability
and holiday spirit were on display.

 

 

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Mayor Herbert Gears reads a proclamation delcaring it JPT Graphics Day

 

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Simon Lewenstein with family and co-workers expresses his thanks and shares the story of how JPT Graphics has grown into their beautiful new space

 

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The JPT Graphics team prepares to cut two ribbons commemorating their opening with both the Irving Hispanic Chamber and the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber

 

 

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The ribbons are cut!  JPT is officially open for business!

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