Books & Booklets
Custom Printing for Your Needs
Local • Fast • Affordable

Getting your company’s information, or manuals of your product, into your prospective customers hands is a huge necessity in the business world today.

Books and booklets allow you to put all of you information into a handy carrying case that you can distribute to your prospective customers or you can pass them out along with your products.

But, you say, you could send them electronic files or a CD or DVD. True. But a book or booklet is more convenient. It is something that you can put in their hands and which they can easily refer to in the future. They can make notes. Having a book or booklet also  gives a professional look that can’t be achieved with an electronic file.

We print high quality books and booklets in your choice of format and paper. The most common sizes are 8.5 x 11 in. and 5.5 x 8.5 in. but we will print whatever size makes sense for the amount of material you need to include and how the book or booklet will be used.

Bindery options include:

  • Saddle stitching (page count of 4 to approximately 80)
  • Perfect bound books (these are your standard paper back books)
  • Plastic coil bound books
  • GBC bound books
  • Wire-O bound books
  • Tape bound books

Chantilly Printing & Graphics (CP & G) has provided numerous printing services for The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestras from concert programs to brochures to concert tickets to yearly Handbooks.  They’re experts at all things, print-related, they always come through on insanely tight deadlines and often they have caught things along the way to ensure that the final product is superlative. I highly recommend CP&G Printing.

Michael S. Czuczor
Executive Director
The Capitol Symphonic Youth Orchestras

We wanted to share with you my deepest thanks for such a wonderful job you did on our very special project.
Dennis Murphey, Ashburn, VA
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Serving Herndon, Reston, Sterling, Dulles, Chantilly, Fairfax, Ashburn, Vienna, McLean, Centreville, Leesburg,
Tysons, Northern Virginia, and metropolitan Washington DC.