Jon M. Perry

Print Zoom


Partial proceeds to support nutrition program.

Yuma, Arizona  Print Zoom today announced a new partnership with Crane School District. This partnership will help foster community pride and spirit through the celebration of the advancement of Yuma Valley’s students. It will also help raise funds for the Crane Nutrition Program that Print Zoom’s sister company, Imaginary Friends design studio, help brand earlier this year.

“As an alumni who came up through the Crane School system, first at Reagan Patriot and later as a Crane Cougar, I am thrilled to find a way to celebrate and give back all at the same time.” says Jon M. Perry, Chief Geek at Print Zoom. “With all the work the Crane District is doing to make sure people have a meal option, it is an honor to help the community in such a manner. When I use to be on the board of the Yuma Community Food Bank I was asked my thoughts on hunger. I believed then, and still do, that in such a great country I could not grasp how we have hungry people. I appreciate what Crane is doing to help alleviate this issue immensely.”

“I have continued to be impressed by the way that Print Zoom and Imaginary Friends do business,” says Michael Clark, Director of School Nutrition at Crane Elementary Schools. “They take the time to understand what your goals are so that they provide you with exactly what you want.  I am looking forward to a long business relationship.”

The benefits of this new partnership include.

  • Celebrate the hard work of the youth during extenuating circumstances.
  • Generate funds for the Crane Nutrition Program
  • Build Community Moral

About Print Zoom: Print Zoom is the newest print shop in Yuma, Arizona, with equipment to produce everything from business cards to banners. They take pride in their ability of lighting fast turn around great customer service. They operate websites, and They have printed over 300,000 business cards in under 5 years.

About Crane School District: Crane Schools, established in 1899, is a dynamic, progressive district in Yuma County, Arizona. The district is comprised primarily of homes and extensive farmland. It covers 44 square miles of southwest Yuma County and serves an estimated population of over 45,000.