COVINGTON, Ga. - Rush Tees & Signs, a local in-house screen printing business, celebrated its relocation to the historic Covington square with a ribbon-cutting Thursday, Aug. 29.
Shelley Reagin and Taylor Barnett, owners, began the printing business in 2012, specializing in backdrops and online sales. The family-owned business grew over the years, moving from Porterdale to Covington.
Having previously been located near the El Charro on Highway 278, Reagin said they plan to do business a little different this time since they are now located in the square.
"We're really interested in being involved in the community, and I think that's what the square needs," she said.
Rush Tees & Signs specializes in in-house screen printing, modernized digital printing (via a smart device), banners, signs, promotional items and more. Currently, there are 220 shirt designs on display inside the building; however, Reagin said the business can create about 3,000 designs.