MARIETTA, GA, July 05, 2017 – I know so many chefs and food truck operators and they all have something in common, passion for their food. The really good ones are able to create what Food Truck Foodies are all looking for, that perfect bite. Now, how do I shout it to the world in a way that it cuts through the background noise and lets people focus on and remember my brand?

With great food in hand and a blank canvas, your truck, trailer, cart staring at you, the goal is to find a way to allow your brand to rise into the consciousness of your prospective patrons. Click here to read the full story.

Food Trucks
and Branding

VW Bug gets fit for braces at TCS, The Color Spot

MARIETTA, GA, April 26, 2017 – Dr. Frank Nia ( had an idea, but needed expert assistance to bring it to life. Dr. Nia had just purchased a brand new 2017 VW Beetle and wanted to turn it into a fun and eye-catching mobile advertisement for his chain of Orthodontics clinics.

Enter TCS, The Color Spot, one of the leading large format digital printers in the nation that specializes in creative vehicle wraps. Our mission at TCS is to make our clients’ phones ring by bringing their visions to life with unforgettable, head-turning wraps.

Dr. Nia explained that he wanted to advertise his Braces-Braces clinics, of which there are seven around the Metro-Atlanta area, with this car. “Since we are Orthodontists,” he asked, almost kiddingly, “Can we put braces on the car?” Since TCS never refuses a challenge, our answer was “we would LOVE to!”

So began our creative journey into the world of Orthodontics and 3D printing. TCS custom 3D-printed dental brackets and installed them over our graphic wrap including SS wire, rubber bands and, of course, eye lashes. The result was just the cutest bug on the road.

Remember, at TCS making your dreams a reality is what we do every day, although the impossible sometimes takes an extra day!

The Color Spot, Inc.


MARIETTA, GA, April 17, 2017 – The Color Spot, Inc. (TCS) announced its 2017 youth and education company initiative in support of the Cobb Chamber “The Partners in Education Program”. TCS has committed to give each of the 125 public schools in Cobb County and the City of Marietta $1,000 in program printing services.

These services include some of TCS’ most popular service offerings such as posters, yard signs and banners. The schools will be able to select the items that best fulfill their needs up to the $1,000 allocation for their facility. The effort is intended to offset out-of-pocket expenses incurred by schools throughout the year to promote events and functions, thus freeing up funds for other needs.

The Cobb Chamber Partners in Education Program (CCPIE) began in 1986 and is intended to enrich the learning experience of Cobb’s children by helping school systems overcome budget limitations.

The CCPIE is a joint effort of the Cobb Chamber, the Cobb County Public School System and the Marietta Public School System that matches businesses with schools to provide extra funding, unique services and volunteer support. For additional information on the CCPIE, you may visit the Cobb Chamber, Cobb County Schools and Marietta Public Schools websites.

About The Color Spot, Inc.

The Color Spot (TCS), established in 2003, with digital print facilities in GA, NC, SC, and Nevada along other offices throughout the southeast we help customers nationwide make huge impressions with high quality, vibrant color graphics.

TCS specializes in vehicle wraps, 3D printing, fabrication, collateral, trade show graphics, pop/store displays, banners, signs, digital graphics and indoor/outdoor displays. The TCS staff of graphic designers utilize their state-of-the-art digital print equipment to create the highest quality digital graphics available in the marketplace. TCS is committed to supporting their community and strives to make our communities a better place for people to work, learn, play and live.

2010 Scholarship Signing Day at KSU

The Color Spot created a new scholarship endowment for the College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University. Mike Feldberg met with university officials in December to finalize the agreement which includes a $20,000 scholarship endowment fund plus internship opportunities for students in the KSU Department of Visual Arts. This unique scholarship-and-internship program was created to help prepare graphic design, photography and printmaking students for careers.

Through the agreement, KSU students who receive The Color Spot Scholarship will also be offered a 150-hour paid internship at The Color Spot. Joe Thomas, chair of visual arts, said that students are going to be thrilled. “This is a groundbreaking program. For students to receive both a scholarship and a paid internship is unique. I’ve never seen it before.” Click here for more information.

(Clockwise from top left) Assistant Dean Samuel Grant Robinson,
Vice President for Advancement Wesley Wicker,
Chair of Visual Arts Joe Thomas, Dean Joseph Meeks
and scholarship benefactor Michael Feldberg

2009 Business Community Service Award

Repro Products, Inc. and The Color Spot were proud recipients of the 2009 Business Community Service Awards presented by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and Georgia Trend Magazine.

Bob Feldberg and Mike Feldberg, representing Repro Products and The Color Spot, were presented with the 2009 Business Community Award on December 7, 2009. This award is presented annually to deserving Cobb businesses for service to the community through support of not-for-profit organizations.

Repro Products and The Color Spot were nominated by The Center for Family Resources (CFR), a local organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by helping families acquire the resources they need to become independent and self-sufficient. To learn more about CFR, visit


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