Why you should work with us
Affordable // Work one-on-one to meet your needs // Great paper // Experience + Resources // Free printed proofs // We’re nice people // Purchase only what you need // We make it easy // Attention to details
Who we are
Color Quick// Est. 2000 // Pete + LeeAnn // Husband + Wife duo // Mixing New + Vintage equipment // Ink running in our veins // Reaching beyond expectations
What we dream about
Lake Powell // Fonts // Being better people // Peace in the world // Beautiful design // Long + Straight + Middle of the fairway shots // cookies
What we love:
The sound of vintage printing equipment // Riding Utah mountain trails // Spending time together // Supporting local small businesses // Bon Jovi // Making things with our laser // Green grass + summer + meteor showers
What we see outside our shop window:
A tree // Cattle fencing // Seasons changing on the mountain side // Birds on the phone wires // Rocks // People riding bikes // Drifting clouds
Meet the Team
David “Pete” Peterson Co-owner/operator
Pete began printing at the age of 15 in Price, Utah. He worked his way up the corporate ladder and had the opportunity to work for some of the worlds’s largest corporations. His drive led him down the entrepreneurial path and he hasn’t looked back. He enjoys golf, a well manicured lawn, tinkering with things in need of repair, organization, and the smell of the forest on a cool summer day in the mountains.
LeeAnn Peterson Co-owner/operator
LeeAnn has been part of Color Quick since it’s conception. She left her full time, stay-at-home mom gig, and began learning the ins and outs of the business and how to manipulate files to print properly. From there she discovered her love for graphic design. She now specializes in wedding invitations. She enjoys laughing until it hurts, the smell of rain on hot cement, playing games, baking, making soap and playing with her grandkids.
Married 36 years and counting // Work + Play + Dream // Best friends // 3 kids + 1 daughter in-law + 3 grandkids // Life couldn’t be better