When Karmen Bernt was 12 years old his dad purchased him a little Kelsey
Excelsior printing press with 2 sets of letters and he was hooked. From these early years in the basement of his parent's home to attending Balfour Collegiate printing books for the school during spares and lunches until today. Karmen has been in the printing industry for over 36 years and he and his staff at Future Print Regina provide a quality of service and product rarely found. They are the newest addition to the Trusted Regina Legal and Professional Services Category.
Future Print has proud strong roots in Regina. Karmen and his sister started Quick-Way Printers in the lower level at 1118 Broad Street. After 12 years they purchased the Jewish Synagogue at 1640 Victoria Avenue from the Beth Jacob Community and enjoyed this high visibility location for about the next 15 years. It was at this time the company name was changed to Future Print to reflect a more modern print world. A move was once again in the cards and they took over the former EMS building at 1650 Saskatchewan Drive. The ambulances have left and printing presses are in their place.