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We have had the pleasure of working with Jon and the Lion print team over many years. We have trusted Lion Print with a huge variety of print requirements – from packaging to brochures, posters to beautiful thread-sewn, perfect-bound books and everything in between. Jon’s professionalism and expertise is second to none and most importantly for us – his attention to detail and pride in the finished print output is evident in all that is produced at Lion Print.
I have a long association with Lion Print going back to its first days in Canopy Street when Liam Stapleton filled a big gap in town services by opening up a small printing establishment. His motto must have been thoroughness and attention because any job he did was done with care and to my satisfaction. Initially I had mostly small printing jobs but gradually progressed to match programs and it was great to have someone so close to hand, which allowed one to call and view the progress of the job. Then I got more ambitious and started writing books and in the meantime Lion Print got more ambitious and went into larger premises on the Cahir Road. The move allowed them to expand their printing services and take on more complex printing challenges. My last two books, Rockwell Rovers G.A.A. History and The Story of Gaelic Games in the Parish of Grangemockler & Ballyneale, 1885-2020 are publications to be proud of and a tribute to the excellent work done by the firm under the new leadership of Jon Stapleton and an excellent staff. My latest production, Poems of Cashel & Distant Places by Pakie Keating is on a more modest scale but it has been receiving rave comments on the excellence of the production.
Long may Lion Print flourish as a printing establishment in the town of Cashel.