As our chief print partner, Gail manages Timeline Printing with a dedication to quality. Her passion for print translates into enthusiastic service that incorporates expert planning with valuable printing options and insights.
Gail often remembers running her first printing company, where she printed out four-colour process using a small two-colour AB Dick machine. She later worked with a larger business communications company for 15 years as a Corporate Project Manager, before joining Timeline in 2003 as its General Manager. With over 30 years of experience in the print and mail industries, Gail looks forward to providing successful products for all of your print advertising goals.
When she is not fulfilling the material requirements of Troi and Timeline’s clients, Gail pursues her passion for animals. In 2012, Gail founded Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge-a rehabilitation haven for orphaned and injured wildlife in Pefferlaw, Ontario. Some of Shades of Hope’s lovable family members include owls, deer, skunks, foxes, rabbits, and even wallabies. Gail values health and happiness, both in the print world and in her regard for environmental conservation.
When I was searching for a company to handle my mailers, Troi was the first company that came up. I contacted them and I’m glad that I did! I have worked with the Troi Mailing & Timeline Printing team (Peter and Ken) for a couple of years now.
You and your team made it very easy for us and the reason that we kept coming back is because of the service, speed of delivery and the fact that you answer the phone!! Believe me it makes the biggest difference to be able to call and get a quick response.
Wow!! What service! Please convey our thanks to the Troi staff who did such an outstanding job that our BioTechnica trade fair mailing was finished a full 2 days before the promised date.
Posted by Seamus Barton on 15 April 2019
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