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Flatline Graphics moving to new office

 

SARAH LOWERY

Staff Writer

 

Flatline Graphics will soon be relocating to a new facility that will allow the business to expand on the services it currently offers.

Currently located at 118 E. Water St. in downtown Lincolnton, Flatline Graphics has plans to move its operations to a building on Performance Drive, off Sigmon Road, by the first of February.

Owner Jason Ingle told the Times-News last week that the new facility, though the same size as the current one, will be more easily accessible and have more parking. However, its prime advantage will be that it will enable Flatline Graphics to begin offering more car- and motorcycle-related services, specifically pin-striping and airbrush work.

Flatline, whose services include work on signs, banners, digital printing, screen printing, auto decals and T-shirts, has been in business in Lincolnton for roughly 12 years, having been at other locations prior to its current one on Water Street.

“We’ve outgrown this building,” Mario Accardo, who handles public relations for the business, told the Times-News last week.

The new facility, whose interior was previously just a large, open space, is being remodeled to fit Ingle’s specific design layout.

It also includes a roll-up door in the back, which will allow the company to bring cars and motorcycles inside to continue working on them during inclement weather.

The move may also enable the business, which currently has three employees, to eventually add new positions. An additional employee was already recently brought on board to handle the pin-striping and painting work.

“We’re very excited to expand our presence in the Lincolnton community,” Accardo said, noting that the relocation should allow Flatline to offer more to its customers, many of whom are other local businesses.

In honor of the move, Flatline will be hosting a grand-reopening celebration March 2 in collaboration with the Gastonia chapter of the Guardians of the Children, a national motorcycle club dedicated to the prevention of child abuse.

For more information, call (704) 268-9554.

 

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