You must project one precise image for your business in order to build trust and recognition. If you have 5 different people translating that image, guessing at your exact color specifications, substituting type styles to whatever they have available because they feel it's "close enough", lettering your vehicles and windows based on the system and software they happen to use and letting a web coder with limited art skills build your website, you company's image could wind up looking like the child who picks out clothes at random and dresses themselves for the first time.
When one graphic designer creates your logo, then another builds your website, the intern at the magazine creates your ads, the type setter at the print shop lays out your brochures and yet another opinion chimes in to take care of your signs, your "look" will be so diluted that all recognition value is practically lost.
Consider your options, consider your objectives, then consider what Guido's one stop graphic design concept could mean to your advertising dollar, your image and your time.
I have owned or worked in many commercial art venues. Starting in 1981 with a custom sign shop, I later added a silk screen division, then a type setting service division, growing into a commercial printing shop, freelanced with a fine art glass carving and etching studio, owned an upscale advertising agency, then moved to Orlando and took a little break to raise 2 wonderful children as a single father.
The multi-disciplined approach at Guido Graphics will have you looking like you just stepped out of a fine tailor's shop with a single, well thought out, and totally planned look... without having to run all around town, meeting with numerous firms or chasing down files and specs to transfer from one designer to another.