Barefoot Graphics will be closed July 3 and July 4
in Observance of Independence Day.   

About

About Us

Barefoot Graphics is a full-service printing and large-format graphics company conveniently located in the technology corridor of St. Mary's County, MD. We utilize advanced printing equipment capable of exceeding print-industry standards while remaining affordable to the end-user. We offer low to high-volume print capabilities and large format printing, mounting and laminating. We are dedicated to customer service and have a highly trained and knowledgeable staff ready to listen, target and provide relevant printing solutions. We will gladly advise you on probable, necessary and cost-efficient solutions to conquer the challenges your organization faces.

Our Mission

At Barefoot Graphics, we are dedicated to the branding success of businesses and organizations throughout Southern Maryland, offering an extensive array of professionally-printed products and creative sign and display solutions that each customer can confidently depend on to advance their mission and vision.

Josh Frauenfelder, Owner

Recipient of the St. Mary's County Chamber of Commerce Beacon Award

Each year, the local Chamber of Commerce selects member businesses for awards. At it’s 2012 Business Showcase, in addition to seminars and exhibitors, the Chamber recognized four local businesses: Dugan McKissick & Longmore, LLC; Barefoot Graphics; Dunkin’ Donuts/The Java Group, LLC; and Guy Distributing Company, Inc.

This year’s Beacon Award recognized Barefoot Graphics. The Chamber stated, “Sustaining a business through customer satisfaction is always import. The letters and comments submitted in support of this nomination say a great deal.”

Expanding rapidly since 2007, while providing high-quality, large format print and a bevy of products, Barefoot Graphics has shown 77 percent growth in sales in their five years, despite a down economy. They have also begun work with the federal government and NAS Patuxent River, while also supporting local non-profits like Hospice and CareNet Crisis Pregnancy Center. “We are after helping a business display what makes them different and their unique qualities and we do so by investing our money into quality equipment that can produce a high-quality finished product,” said Josh Frauenfelder. He said projects that may be recognizable are the Naval Aviation Centennial banners displayed throughout Lexington Park and the new displays and graphics at the Chesapeake Biological Lab in Solomons, MD.

--excerpt from The County Times, May 2012