Bruce Knight has been involved in the Graphic Arts Industry forty-one years. After graduating from The Dunwoody Technical College in 1974, he worked part-time as a proofer for a type setter while attending classes there.
Bruce enjoyed print from the first time he was introduced to the art. After taking a printing class that was offered as a shop class in high school, he took a job running a press while simultaneously taking an Estimating class in the evenings.
After getting hired by a printer in 1978, and working as an Estimator/Production Planner for two years, he moved into a Customer Service Representative role. At the same time, Bruce took evening Sales and Marketing classes. Soon after, he moved into move into a Sales Representative position, which he enjoyed for eight years. In 1990 he accepted a Sales position at another printer where he stayed for fourteen years before transitioning into the fine paper merchant industry selling corporate paper programs.
The most rewarding aspect of the print industry for Bruce has been the opportunity to meet a multitude of interesting people. “The chance to develop a huge number of life-long friendships, as well as working with top notch talent with ever-changing technological advances” has been a great motivation for Bruce.
Bruce and wife Nancy have three grandchildren that they see often. They also enjoy boating, cooking, good food, and listening to good music with family and friends.