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'Locally born-and-bred' company adding 65 jobs, a locally owned online printing and manufacturing company founded two years ago, announced that it will add 96 jobs when it relocates and consolidates operations in Fletcher. currently employs 63 people across its Henderson County operations. The expansion will add 96 additional employees by 2025. Employees will earn an average salary of $41,849, which exceeds the county’s current average annual wage. Over the next 24 months, the company plans to invest $550,000 in real property and $11 million in business personal property, totaling $11.55 million of new taxable investment in Henderson County.

Founded in 2019, is a printing and technology company focusing on direct-to-consumer and business-to-business sectors. Its sole mission is to provide the best quality canvas prints available at the lowest price point in the market. It uses new, state-of-the-art technology with loving craftsmanship to bring images to life on custom blended, high-quality canvas.

“ is a true Henderson County success story," County Commission Chair Bill Lapsley said. "As a locally born-and-bred company, it chose to invest in our community and citizens by leveraging local talent and our county’s strategic location. That investment was met with accelerated growth and expansion despite current nationwide economic uncertainty.”

“As our business has grown, we’ve never stopped believing that Henderson County is a premier location to invest,” said Maddison Lake, founder of's parent company Lake Holdings. “We’re excited to deepen our community ties while continuing to provide high-quality job opportunities for our friends and neighbors.”

Town of Fletcher Mayor Preston Blakely said: “We’re excited to join our local partners in welcoming to the Town of Fletcher. Local companies are the backbone of our community, and we want nothing more than to see them thrive.”

“This expansion in Fletcher further solidifies Henderson County’s reputation as an ideal location for companies to relocate and expand. We look forward to seeing continue to lead the way in the print production industry,” said Nathan Kennedy, chair of Henderson County Partnership for Economic Development, which helped the company get economic development incentives from the Henderson County Board of Commissioners.