PNCCPNCC is owned by Reece and Tami Keener, both of Elko, Nevada. PNCC was rebranded in 2013 (from Print ‘N Copy Center) to shorten the name and show the progression of the company. No longer being exclusively a print and copy shop, PNCC offers marketing, wide format, signage, and promotional items. Our staff cares about our customers. We have built lasting friendships with many of our customers. It is not uncommon for any one of us to stop a customer on the street to have a chat about a recent project. We see each business project as a cooperative effort between your company and ours to provide outstanding results. We want you to succeed. Our computers and our software are consistently upgraded and updated, offering customers less hassles and hangups in print projects.

Our employees are professionals, many holding higher education certificates or degrees. We have several tenured employees, and we provide our employees with opportunities for software and equipment education. We support our employee’s desire for higher education and personal growth. Because we value our employees and their families, we offer a full benefits package with full-time employment.

The majority of our paper products are part of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, and our company takes advantage of in-house recycling whenever possible.

The history of PNCC is a family-focused one.

PNCCRay Keener got ink in his blood when he printed the church newsletter as a young man. Ray and his wife, BettyAnn Keener founded Davis Printing in Davis, California in 1965. The Keeners sold the company in 1967, and Ray continued to work for the new owner. Ray and BettyAnn then bought a small client’s print shop in Winnemucca in 1972, renaming it Humboldt Printers. The Keeners then went on to found PNCC as Print ‘N Copy Center in 1986 in a partnership with John and Karen Tanner. The original building was on River Street, and offered copy services and a small printing press. In the 1990s, Print ‘N Copy Center was moved to its current location on Silver Street. Ray and BettyAnn were in process of selling their ownership to the Tanners, who shortly thereafter joined in a partnership with Ray and BettyAnn’s son, Reece, and his wife, Tami. A few years later, Reece and Tami bought out the Tanner’s partnership, and incorporated the business.

Reece and Tami have been the driving force behind growing PNCC into a powerhouse print shop and marketing services provider. Offering design, signs and print, PNCC hopes to remain a constant in the future growth of Elko.