Quality Web Printing’s story isn’t based in bottom lines and profit margins. It’s the story of a family business owned by Mike and Belinda Finch and run by a father and son. A business intent on producing quality newsprint products at a competitive price with great customer service. While Quality Web Printing didn’t actually come into existence until 2003, its roots were formed in the early 1960s. A Courier-Journal paper route peaked Mike Finch’s interest in journalism. That interest led him to pursue a career in print media.
In 1984, the Finches purchased The Todd County Standard in Elkton, Ky. In 1989, Finch bought his first web press and began primarily printing The Standard, along with a few commercial jobs. Soon after, his son Michael began to show interest in the family business, spending high school summers helping wash press blankets and catch papers. After college, Michael began his print media career with The Standard. But after a short stint, he left the family business to pursue other opportunities.
In 2000, Michael came back to work at the Standard. The two Mikes soon realized that printing had become their passion and in 2003, Quality Web Printing was officially begun. Since that time, four major press expansions have allowed them to expand the print business and shift its focus toward commercial newsprint products. In 2006, the Finches sold the newspaper, but retained the presses, making Quality Web Printing a newsprint printing solution for customers in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Illinois. While much has changed since 2003, one thing has remained the same: Quality Web Printing is a family business intent on producing quality newsprint products at a competitive price with great customer service. If you need a bid on a newsprint product, please call us at (270) 265-0118.