Spotlight on Business

Quality Specialty Products & Printing & Brewed Creations Coffeehouse has moved to a new location on Main Street of Langdon and has added to their already impressive list of services.

Quality Printing

Posted on 4/30/16

By Melissa Anderson

The move itself was necessary to accommodate the growing business according to co-owner Karla Rademacher.

“We moved to the new location so we could have some more space,” Rademacher said, “It was getting a little bit crowded at the old store.”

While business has been booming on the specialty products and printing side, it was only recently that Rademacher started serving coffee, and with demand high for food service, the time to expand was now.

“We’ve had the coffee bar for a few years now and decided it was time to expand it. We have added some baked treats, and we are serving lunch,” Rademacher said.

There will be lunch specials served Monday through Friday with each day having a set lunch. On Mondays, there will be a french dip panini, Tuesdays will have a Mexican dish, Wednesday will be crepes, Thursday will be lavosh, and Friday will have spring/lettuce salad available for customers to enjoy. Saturdays will feature a ham or turkey panini, which is available everyday of the week if the theme for the day isn’t what your craving.

“The exact item made each day will change each week,” Rademacher said.

To celebrate the big move and the expansion of space and services, Rademacher is ready to have her open house to invite customers and the community in to see her new store.

“We are having an open house on Thursday, May 5 all day and then from 5-7 p.m., we will host Business After Hours,” Rademacher shared.

Rademacher, along with husband and co-owner Jim, and the new staff hired for the new location have been working hard to make the store a place for not only for adults to come and enjoy a delicious latte but also an area youth may want to hang out.

“We want this place to be a fun place for the community to relax,” Rademacher said.

Off the coffee bar is a rec area filled with pool/air hockey combo table, video games, and just a place to hang out with friends.  The stores vast sitting area coupled with the rec room makes the store perfect for hosting an small event such as a birthday party.

“We have added a new space in the store. It can be a room to hang out in or rent it out for a party or event,” Rademacher stated.

Rademacher has big plans for the big store as she intends to not only host craft classes such as those held with RoxAnne Hoffarth’s knitting class but also take the stress out of parties.

“We will have themed birthday parties or events that a customer can pick from and we take it from there organizing, planning, and preparing for it. All they will have to do is bring the people,” Rademacher shared.

Regular printing customers don’t need to worry about the fun overtaking the business side as Rademacher’s first and foremost will be the printing side of the business.

“We have our same services that we had before: office supplies, balloons, giftware, business forms, copies, promotional products and of course printing,” Rademacher stated.

At the very back of the store is a work area for Jim to house his small engine repair shop.

The new hours for the store are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 to 3 p.m.

Rademacher invites everyone to stop in to check out specials and meet the new team of Quality Specialty Products & Printing & Brewed Creations Coffeehouse.

For more information or questions on the services provided please give Karla a call 701-256-5246.