Pressley Made is now a retail store in downtown Marion along with creating customized signs, embroidery, shirts, banners, caps and banners,

Owned and operated by Onee Pressley and her husband Mike, Pressley Made has been in operation for 14 years. The graphic design business was previously located in Nebo.

“It was just a production facility and we would take our products to our clients,” said Onee Pressley.

Over the years, Pressley Made has created custom signs, business cards, shirts, banners, tumblers, baseball caps and other products. Their CNC wood router can create all kinds of custom-made items in wood like Christmas ornaments while their CNC plasma metal cutter can form all kinds of products in metal. For 14 years, Pressley Made has created all kinds of custom shirts, signs and caps for businesses, schools, teams and organizations.

Now, Pressley Made is one of the latest businesses to move into the rapidly evolving and growing Larry D. Miller Business Complex, located at the corner of Logan and West Henderson streets. A section of the old factory building was remodeled last summer to provide Pressley Made with a new home. The inside of the Miller Complex is looking more and more like a shopping mall lately.

Onee Pressley said she and her husband now have a retail store along with their production facility. They have two employees, Stormy Floyd and Hannah Suttles.

“What’s unique about us is we are a one-stop shop,” said Onee Pressley. “We do embroidery, screen printing, sublimation printing, laser engraving and CNC router work. We have state-of-the-art equipment, the best of the best.”

As a graphic design firm, Pressley Made can create a logo for your business, group or team.

“We can put that on a hat, a 10-foot metal sign,” said Onee Pressley. “We can wrap your vehicle with that same logo. With the retail location, we can custom make it on site. We give back a lot to the community. We do a lot of work with the schools.”

Pressley Made is located near Chance of Sprinkles bakeshop, McDowell Fitness Center, Inside Out Boxing and the Municipal Event Center. The Hair Boutique recently moved into the Miller Complex right beside Pressley Made. More shops and eateries are scheduled to relocate to this complex.

“We are just really excited to be in this new location,” said Onee Pressley to The McDowell News. “The Larry D. Miller Business Complex and Municipal Event Center is an up and coming place and the foot traffic is what sold us. We are excited to offer our skills and abilities to the people of McDowell County.”

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