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George Rice and Sons: High-End Commercial Printing
George Rice and Sons
2001 No. Soto St.
Los Angeles, CA 90032
ABOUT GEORGE RICE and SONS
George Rice and Sons is one of the oldest continuously operating
companies in Los Angeles, and one of the highest quality printers
in the world. Their business for years has been primarily annual reports
and car brochures. It is very common for them to run printing jobs that
cost in the $50,000 to $250,000 range. They are a part of Quebecor
World, one of the largest printing companies in the world, with 37,000
employees working in more than 160 printing and related facilities in
the United States, Canada, Belgium, France, the United Kingdom,
Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Brazil, Chile, Argentina,
Peru, Columbia, Mexico and India.
WHAT TO BRING
1) Don't forget to bring your final projects and estimates.
2) Just in case it gets cool at night, bring a jacket or sweater (the
industrial buildings that house the presses at George Rice are wide
open for ventilation and can get chilly at night, even in the summer).
3) Print out this email for reference and bring it with you.
From the Westside:
Take the 10 fwy EAST, continue as the freeway wraps around the east side
of downtown to Soto Street (the very first exit east of downtown, where the
10 turns into the San Bernardino Freeway).
From the Valley or Hollywood:
Take the 101 south along the top edge of downtown and transition to
owards the 10 east. Then, take the Soto Street exit.
Take the First Street Bridge across the LA River into Boyle Heights.
Turn left (north) onto Soto.
From Burbank or Glendale:
Take the 5 south toward downtown. Exit at N. Mission Road and head east.
N. Mission Road. Veer right onto Valley Blvd. and continue past Lincoln Park
to Soto St.
NOTE: The Soto Street exit is a very, very long off-ramp, crossing State
Street. Do not exit until you actually come to Soto Street. Make a left-hand
turn onto Soto Street (going north).
George Rice and Sons is about 1.5 miles north of 10 fwy, at 2001 No. Soto St.,
and is on the left-hand (west) side of the street.
You will see the Red Rabbit logo on the water tower.
Park in the lot and go toward the main entrance, which is the first building
on your left as you enter the parking lot.
We will meet outside at the far end of that building, where you'll see some
patio tables and chairs.
The phone number for George Rice and Sons is 323-223-2020.
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