NJ Ink Shop in West Long Branch handles screenprinting for everyone

WEST LONG BRANCH – Rising up within the Morris County city of Chatham, Michael (“Mika”) Hon was very helpful and at all times loved artwork and know-how.

So it got here as no shock when he and enterprise accomplice Javier Espinoza mixed these pursuits to launch NJ Ink Store, a full-service print store in West Lengthy Department that’s offered screenprinting, embroidery, printing and design companies since 2011.

“As a child, my father constructed our home, repaired our vehicles, and was very hands-on; I inherited a few of these expertise and was into video video games and Legos,” mentioned Hon, 50, a West Lengthy Department resident.

“After highschool, I labored as a cook dinner at a restaurant and thought I’d be eager about proudly owning a screenprinting firm as a result of I’d dabbled in that in highschool and a pal of mine in faculty was making nice cash doing it,” he continued. “In 1996, a colleague on the restaurant I labored at knew somebody who was promoting a complete screenprinting setup — together with a screenprinting press to do a number of shirts and a dryer to treatment the ink on the shirts — and inside 24 hours I used to be getting arrange in our basement and printing gadgets for the restaurant.”

NJ Ink Shop is a West Long Branch-based provider of custom, quality apparel and promotional products that was founded in 2011. Business partners/owners Michael "Mika" Hon and Javier Espinoza run the shop along with the shop dog Tandy. 
West Long Branch, NJ
Monday, March 13, 2023

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Over the following 15 years, Hon ran a number of screenprinting companies, however a hearth within the constructing of his final firm in the summertime of 2011 was the impetus for the launch of his present enterprise.

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