Choctaw Print Services is Expanding
Published January 27, 2022
Durant, Okla. – Earlier this month, The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma broke ground on an expansion project at Choctaw Print Services (CPS) in Durant, Okla.
The new facility will have an additional 15,000 square feet of space offering more room for services and sales operations. The larger warehouse will provide new equipment and services such as outsourced mailing services, screen printing and embroidery will eventually be brought in house—along with room for increased print production.
“The CPS expansion will more than double our production space allowing us to keep up with the growth of our largest client, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, as well as our other clients nationwide,” states Russell Marcum, Executive Director of Choctaw Print Services. “CPS invested approach to customer service has grown sales over 40% in the last three years, making this expansion necessary for future projects.”
Texoma Print Services began in 1979 as Texoma Business Forms. Founded by Don Marcum, the company provided a variety of graphic communications including forms, promotional products, inventory management and related services for businesses in Southern Oklahoma and North Texas.
In 1981, Texoma Business Forms entered into the commercial printing industry with the purchase of Texoma Printing and Supply in Durant, OK and the two companies began to develop a commercial printing division. The companies were purchased by Russell Marcum in 2003 and consolidated into Texoma Print Services, which became a subsidiary of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma in 2005.
The expected completion date for the CPS expansion project is winter 2023.
About the Choctaw Nation
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is a federally recognized tribe whose service territory covers approximately 11,000 square miles in southeastern Oklahoma. The Nation is comprised of over 200,000 members worldwide and is the third-largest tribe in the United States. The Choctaw Nation is led by the vision and guidance of Chief Gary Batton, Assistant Chief Jack Austin Jr., and 12 Tribal Council members. The Choctaw Nation plays a significant role in the growth of Indian Country and all of southeastern Oklahoma.
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