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May 7, 2014 4:14 PM

Peltier Glassworks: Filling a void with screen-printed bottles

Adam and Marisa Peltier own Peltier Glassworks, a bottle labeling company they founded in March 2010 with the help of a Small Business Administration loan for $112,500 (the federal government insured 90 percent and the local EVC insured the rest). The business specializes in screen printing, mainly for wineries, and currently it’s printing about 30,000 cases of wine (or 360,000 labels) annually. The Tribune recently interviewed Adam Peltier about why they founded the company, how they manage their operation and where they would like to see it grow next.

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