Nothing pleases us more than pleasing our customers. But don't just take our word for it, here are a few kind words our customers had to say about Mitchell's Speedway Press. Its experiences like these - and the chance to work with such wonderful people - that make us look forward to coming to work each day.

So why us? One reason is the old saying "eggs are cheaper in the country". Let's face it, big city printers charge big city prices. Customers in Oswego, Syracuse and Watertown know this. Thanks to our location, we can offer you the quality you expect at a price that won't dent your printing, sign, graphics or marketing budget.

Yet no price even a low matters if the work is done wrong or not on time. Race tracks nationwide know we meet deadlines and have for 85 years. What other printers think of as impossible deadlines we meet every day. It is our culture. Make it yours.



Oswego Marching Bucs
Oswego City School District
Band Director

Hello Everyone!

The programs are absolutely gorgeous! They are easily the highest quality and nicest looking in the conference! The Championship Dome programs never even come close to looking this spectacular. Thank you again for all of your talent and hard work!



Bill Palange
Self Publisher
Self Publisher, Musician, retired teacher


Thanks for taking the time to bind and print those scores for me; I was really stuck and appreciated the quick turnaround and great work.

Thanks again. All the best to you and your family.


William Palange has been a high school band director for over 30 years. He currently conducts the Oswego (NY) High School Wind Ensemble and Concert Band, is assistant director of the Marching Buccaneers and teaches brass lessons. He taught in the Jordan-Elbridge (NY) and Greece (NY) school districts. Mr. Palange holds a degree in music education from the University of Miami (FL), where he performed as trombonist under the baton of Dr. Fredrick Fennell with the UM Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. He is very active as both a conductor and performer in and around central New York, and appears frequently as guest conductor for numerous band festivals, All County and Area All State events. As trombonist, he has performed with the Syracuse (NY) Symphony Orchestra, the Miami Philharmonic and Miami Beach Symphony, as well as numerous brass ensembles in the greater Miami and Syracuse areas. Other performance credits include Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Bernadette Peters, Marvin Hamlisch, Gap Mangione, Manhatten Transfer, Aretha Franklin, and the Four Tops. Currently serving as trombonist with the CNY Jazz Orchestra, Danny D'Imperio’s "Bloviation", the Mario DeSantis Orchestra and the Bearcat Jazz Band, he resides in Oswego with his wife Bobbie, daughter Katie, and Cairn terrier Spike Jones.


Heathe Jones
CRE8 Solutions
Cre8tive Director

I can't tell you how many compliments we got on the quality of the banners that your team made for us for the Lake Ontario Wedding Show! Just Stunning! Thank you so much for everything you do for us. Quality product and excellent service!

Cre8 Studios is veteran owned business that’s more of a community than a company. We are a combination of experiences and skill sets working together to make your journey as enjoyable as the work environment we try to create for ourselves. Start investing in people who invest back!


Thomas DeCare
Lestom Laboratories

Thank you for all the years of fine work, professional staff and excellent customer service. Please extend my thanks to John and the staff. Best Regards, Thomas DeCare, Lestom Laboratories, Inc.

Kimberly A. Steele, Esq.
The Steele Law Firm, P.C.
Founding Partner

Mitchell's Speedway Press is our go-to vendor for all of our print needs, from customized stationary and business cards to higher-end services for litigation and trial. Their team is incredibly professional, helpful and prompt which makes them our first call. Their quotes and prices are also very competitive with other regional and national firms which is why they are our only call for all of our needs.

A New York State Certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise With Offices in Manhattan, Uniondale, Oswego, Hackensack, Ft. Lauderdale and Houston


Steve Barrick
Program Dynamics

"You guys are amazing!!! Thank you so much for all the help and amazing turnaround time. It seems like people have forgotten how to offer great customer service. You folks have it down to a science. I cannot think of another thing you could have done to make it easier for me. You guys set the standard. Thank You for making us look so good!"

Tom M.
Domino's Pizza - multiple location owner.

Since opening my first store in Oswego NY. I have used many printers. Only Mitchell's Speedway Press gives me the service and advice I need to get more sales.

John & Kathy Henry and thier staff always meet my needs on time and with a smile.

Domino's Pizza That's where Domino's comes in. Domino's delivered over 400 million of those pizza's last year. That's just over one pizza for everyone in the US. Our delivery people drive more that 10 million miles every week to bring you the best pizza we can make. We operate over 9,000 pizza places in more than 60 countries dedicated to providing great tasting pizza for carryout or delivered to your door. How did we become such a powerhouse of pizza delivery? Let's look.


Novelis Oswego Works

"Good Morning! First, I just want to thank you all for you help! The Banner and Poster turned out beautiful! The invitations everyone is already RSVPing... Our events that you have helped us with people have made so many comments as how beautiful they are, how professional! Thank you!"

Thank you again, have a great day everyone!

Oswego, New York Producing more than a billion pounds of high-quality aluminum sheet each year, Oswego Works represents Novelis' first U.S. operation and stands today as the company's largest wholly-owned fabrication facility in North America. Equipped for aluminum scrap remelting, ingot casting and hot and cold rolling, Oswego Works generates premium aluminum products used primarily by the beverage can, building and construction and automotive markets, and in multiple industrial product applications. Oswego Works continuously strives to improve its manufacturing and quality processes.


Oswego County BOCES unveils name change to CiTI
Public Relations

"I just have to say that this has been the best and easiest budget season on our end and that has been due to your amazing turnaround time and professionalism. You have all been a terrific team to work with and the quality of the product has been outstanding! Attaboys all around!"

The Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in New York State was established in 1948 to provide cost-effective shared educational programs and services to school districts. Over 60 years later, the goal remains the same, but has evolved to include a focus on preparing students for their role in a global economy while collaborating with districts to close gaps in student achievement. Each school day the programs and services we provide impact the more than 21,000 students that attend our nine Oswego County School Districts. We not only provide outstanding educational experiences, but also offer cost effective cooperative services and programs to the districts themselves. In addition to our educational programs, our many services bring cultural experiences to the local schools, books to their libraries and the latest in technology to their students. The success of Oswego County's more than 21,000 students is our mission. We also strive to enhance the lives of our residents by providing GED programs, enrichment classes and adult literacy lessons. Like any other growing organization, we are always working to improve these programs and services. This website will provide an overview of all of the many educational initiatives we provide to you, our community. To learn more about Oswego County BOCES click the links below:


Dr. Ed
Port City Chiropractic

John & Kathy,

Thank you for all you do to support our business needs throughout the year

I'd like to thank you for choosing our office, Port City Chiropractic, P.C. for your health care needs. I'd like you to know a little bit about me as I feel it is essential to building a strong doctor-patient relationship. I am originally from Oswego and attended St. Paul's Academy (currently Trinity Catholic) and Bishop Cunningham High School. I then completed my pre-chiropractic education at Keystone College in Pennsylvania. I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer was the very first Chiropractic College and is highly esteemed as the leader in Chiropractic education. I graduated from Palmer College in 1988 after obtaining my Doctor of Chiropractic degree and established Port City Chiropractic, P.C. immediately afterwards. Our practice has continued to grow over the years as we have provided natural health care to the Oswego and surrounding communities. In addition to private practice, I am also a Clinical Instructor for Activator Methods International, Ltd. and I teach instrument adjusting procedures (The Activator Method) to Doctors of Chiropractic and Chiropractic students. I have taught classes across the U.S. and in Canada. In addition, I am also a member of the Clinical Advisory Board for Activator Methods International, Ltd. and currently serve on the Board's Executive Committee as Secretary. I am married and have one daughter. I enjoy exercising, golf, reading and traveling. We appreciate becoming part of your health care team. Dr. Ed Galvin