Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday
at 123 1st Ave E. Rosetown, SK

Economy Stationery began as a small printing and sign making business in Regina in the fall of 1978. Bill and Donna Jackson operated this business out of their home and garage.

They began with a small letterpress and hand set lead type. Later they bought an offset duplicator. Signage at that time was mostly hand lettered.

Their family moved to Sovereign in June of 1983 and the business operated out of an older building in Zealandia. In 1985 both the printing and sign making were moved to Sovereign.

At first the office was in their home and printing and sign making were done in older buildings beside the house. After a few years they purchased the building that had been home to Burt’s Hardware in Sovereign. That allowed more space for equipment and inventory.

Over the course of time more equipment was purchased and upgraded. They leased their first photocopier and eventually a colour printer. Computer cut vinyl letters replaced hand lettering for the most part.

In August of 2005 Bill and Donna moved Economy Stationery to Rosetown. They purchased the building at 123 1st Ave E. It formerly had been the liquor store and then a dry cleaners. In 2008 a wide format thermal printer was added to enhance the sign making capabilities.

In November 2011 Economy Stationery was purchased by Shelby and Darren Wenzel, who have again added some different equipment. In addition to the thermal printer, a 54” large format inkjet printer allowed for more variation in signs and decals. Sublimation printing is also now available.