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Jon Robson started in the printing business in 1980 when he ran the first Xerox Agency servicing Cortland, Seneca and Cortland Counties. In 1995 we added a full service printing operation and moved into historic downtown Auburn business district. In 2000 we moved to the ground floor historic Phoenix Building, which was originally built as the Auburn Savings Bank in 1870. Arguably one of the premier historical landmarks in the county it offers us 18' ceilings with full length windows, teak and marble walls, and granite floors.

In 2009 Jon spun off a second related business called Auburn Computer. This firm provides PC repair and network design services to many of the same customers served by Auburn Document Centre. You can visit their site at AuburnComputer.com

In 2010 we added E-Waste recycling as free community services. This is one of our most successful community services with more than 50,000 lbs. of e-waste recycled to date. To see more info on our free services visit our site- www.CayugaRecycles.com.

Our growth and success was a direct result of our superfast turnaround, our great customers, and our constant quest to have the best printing and design technology available to our customers.

We also believe in supporting our local community. Jon Robson has been fortunate to be recognized by many organizations throughout the area for his contributions to the community. Some of these include Small Business Person of the Year from Options for Independence and Small Business Person of the Year from the Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce. He has also been President of the Parish Council at St. Alphonsus Parish where he also serves as a lector, Eucharistic Minister, and a Minister to the Sick. He has been a Scoutmaster and Merit Badge Counselor with the Boy Scouts, a 15 year educator with the Junior Achievement program, on the Technology Advisory Board at Cayuga Onondaga BOCES, been a volunteer Naturalist at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge and President of the Owasco Valley Audubon Society. He has spoken for numerous small business organizations as well as Schools, Colleges and Civic Groups. He has also had more than 1000 columns on the natural plants and wildlife of the Finger Lakes published in several area newspapers.

Auburn Document Centre has spent more than 30 years reinvesting in our Community from support of local Dance troops, to working with Auburn High School to create their annual student writing and art publication, to supporting 100's local causes and events. You know that the dollars you spend with us are put to good use right here at home.

When you do business with a Locally Owned Business you keep you money and jobs in the community.

It seems like every company talks about the importance of customer service, but one of the greatest satisfactions of our business is the way our customers feel about doing business with us. When you work fast, address our customers by name. hardly ever miss a deadline, have fair prices, and treat people with dignity and respect it's hard not to grow a business.

We ask you to consider using our printing firm the next time your company needs printing. There's a reason why we averaged 40 new customers every month for the last 18 years, and we would love the opportunity to demonstrate that for you on your next printing order. You see, we do things very differently here at ADC than do the other printers in our community, and we believe we can provide the best all-around experience for you if you'll give us a try.

If you would like to talk to one of our customer service representatives, please call 315.255 4664 or call us toll free at 888-777-COPY (2679). We would be happy to discuss how we can help your business succeed and prosper. Feel free to ask for Jon Robson, the owner, when you call, and to inquire about taking a 30 minute tour of our business, hosted by Jon. Jon provides a very fast-paced and interesting behind-the-scenes tour of how things work in our company, and many businesses that have toured our facilities have commented that it was a lot more fun than they thought it would be!