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Dan's first job in the printing industry was selling business forms and envelopes, which quickly developed into direct mail, marketing communications and book printing. He founded Shanahan Printing+Graphics in 1999 which has allowed him to offer a wider array of printing products and more personalized costomer service.

Dan holds his BA from UC Santa Barbara, and an MA from Loyola Marymount University. Dan enjoys coaching sports, running/biking and spending time with his wife and three children.



Lisa career in the printing industry spans over 25 years, working in all facets from production, managment and now sales. With Lisa's solid foundation, she is a master fascilitator in helping customers meet their printing goals.

Lisa graduated from Shippensburg State College in Pennsylvania. She and her husband have two college age daughters and two rescued pit bull mixes. Outside of printing, Lisa is a drummer and enjoys playing and recording music with her husband and friends.



Daniel is an accomplished graphic designer. His creativity and knowledge of software and typography brings our clients' design wishes to life with great efficiency. Whether he is touching up a file that has missing elements, coordinating a suite of corporate identity pieces, building a company newsletter, or arranging a set of signage, the results speak for Daniel's expertise.

When Daniel is not handling graphics, he has his hands in the culinary arts and fine wines. He's a gourmet cook and especially known for his delicious baked goods.



Lauren has learned each part of the printing industry since she began with SPG in 2008, from estimating to customer service. Holds her BA from Cal State Dominguez Hills and an MA from Loyola Marymount University.

For downtime, Lauren enjoys the beach, golfing with her husband, and spending time with friends and family. Lauren played soccer from age 5 through college and earned an academic scholarship to play in college. Today she develops young players in her spare time.



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