The Kingston Business Association welcomed new business Nocturnal Print to town with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the company’s 42 Elm St. location.
Nocturnal Print is a full-service screen printing and embroidery company specializing in high-end screen printed apparel, custom fast turnaround embroidery, and other printed items. The company is owned by Brandon Downton, a Plymouth resident.
Donna Smith-Bocash, president of the Kingston Business Association, congratulated Downton on the new business venture and wished him well on behalf of the KBA. “It is always exciting to see a new business choose Kingston as the place to locate,” she said.
The Kingston Business Association is a non-profit organization founded in 2015, with a purpose of helping support Kingston and Kingston businesses, as well as state legislation and governmental policies which promote new businesses in Kingston. With a membership of 100 and growing, the KBA is seeking additional businesses to join. For additional information, contact Donna Smith-Bocash, president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.