Globe — On Friday, Aug. 17, Eagle Toner Supply Store officially opened for business. While it is common to hear politicians boasting, “We are taking back America one vote at a time,” Eagle Toner is doing it one cartridge at a time. Eagle Toner is no ordinary printing shop; rather, owners Debby and Richard Tibbs take great pride in offering their customers not only bigger savings, but also a smaller carbon footprint. Most printer cartridges can be refilled or remanufactured. The Tibbs have been in the business of recycling and remanufacturing ink and toner cartridges (as well as entire printing units) for 14 years in the Valley. Now they are offering their expertise and love of the planet to Globe-Miami.
“Just because we are a small community, why do we have to pay more?” asked Debby. By offering remanufactured toner and ink cartridges, the Tibbs are on a mission to save locals money on all their printing needs, whether home or business, while helping everyone keep waste out of landfills. They also state that, “No shortcuts are taken in the quality of the products we produce. The ‘Eagle’ brand has the same quality that you expect at a substantial savings.”
Moreover, the Tibbs do everything in their power to make sure they are using all American-made products in the production of their toner and ink cartridges.For the complete article see the 08-22-2012 issue.
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