Boelte-Hall Our History

We started with an idea and haven’t stopped growing.

Our History

Our roots are deep in commercial printing

Boelte-Hall's History - Previous LogoBack in 1967, Ed Hall sold his interest in an ice cream novelty company and scooped up Boelte Lithography from its owner, Art Boelte, who retired a few years later. With just two employees and a handful of customers, the entire operation fit into the basement of a fellow Kansas City-based business, H&R Block. Though many things have changed throughout our history, one thing has stayed the same: Boelte-Hall’s goal of developing long-term relationships with our customers and helping them get their message out in the best way possible.

Our history is rich

In 1967, the Hall family owned an apple orchard. Delivering bushels of apples to our Boelte-Hall history of service building imageclients as thank you gifts helped us establish relationships with our customers. Boelte-Hall became known as the apple printer. That theme carried over to the Boelte-Hall logo and is still proudly used to this day. In 1980, Boelte-Hall took up residence in the building where we still reside.

We’re still growing

Today, our customers have even more ways to tell their stories, and Boelte-Hall is still right there with them. Over the years, we’ve grown and expanded our services from print, to tradeshow solutions, large format printing, brand management, direct mailing, online storefronts, DVD/CD duplication, variable data digital printing and cross channel marketing services.

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