Our job is to help your projects succeed, and we take pride in doing just that.
We are one of the oldest print shops in Sonoma County, family-owned and operated for two generations. Ajalon has earned and kept the trust of our customers by working hard and offering service with a smile since 1953.
Just as our parents did before us, we believe that our prosperity is tied to the well-being of everybody in our community, and that supporting local businesses such as yours is fundamentally important.
Nicholas & Irene Ammar, second-generation owners
Both born and raised in Sonoma County, Irene and Nicholas appreciate stewarding the family business in which Nicholas grew up. Printing is a satisfying trade--every day we get to be part of creating projects for customers that are unique and practical. Nicholas makes sure everything runs smoothly at the shop, and Irene takes care of the books and local deliveries.
Trish Jackson, customer service and design
Trish has been with Ajalon a long time (we won’t say exactly how long :), and her eye for exceptional quality printing serves many facets of our work. She is great with custom projects, letterpress projects of all kinds, and of course, our luscious wedding invitations.
Michael McHugh, customer service
Michael is an industry veteran, lending his experience and knowledge of printing to your vision, whether that is a dental office intake form, or a greeting card made from your original artwork. He’s got the genuine friendliness to hold your hand every step of the way, if that’s what your project needs, and he loves asking all the right questions so that your final product is just what you envisioned.
Jordi & Tahmoh, human resources department (pictured above)
These two will likely greet you if you come to pick up at the shop or look at a proof (they, in fact, seem to believe they run the place). They are both dachshund mutts, and provide morale support to the whole team with their big small-dog personalities. These two are fast friends if you happen to have a treat--favorites are carrots and popcorn. Though look out, because once you give them a treat they will expect one every time they see you.