The Keep It Local Maine Podcast

Episode 21: Victor Rios - Graphic Designer, Entrepreneur, & Philanthropist

January 13, 2021

This week, we had the chance to chat with our friend Victor Rios from Expose Design. We talked about how he started in graphic design and screenprinting, what inspires him, how he gives back, and much more!  

 

ABOUT OUR GUEST:

Victor is a graphic designer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. For over 10 years, he has owned and operated Expose Design, providing branding solutions to Maine and New England businesses, both big and small through digital, print, screen-print, embroidery and other specialty products. He is active in his community as a member of 100 Men Who Care Southern Maine and sponsors several charitable events every year including: Q97.9 Cans for a Cure, Bonny Eagle High School Special Olympics and Peaks Island CMTA Walk.

Learn more about what Victor does and how he can help your business at www.exposedesign.com and be sure to follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

ABOUT KEEP IT LOCAL MAINE:

We are a way for local businesses to promote themselves to thousands of people in and around their communities - letting them know what great services and products they offer right here in Maine! We currently publish four issues in areas around Southern Maine in addition to our podcast. To learn more about us, visit keepitlocalmaine.com or follow us on social media - FacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

 

ABOUT OUR SPONSOR:

This episode is sponsored by Fabian Oil, a family owned and operated business that offers heating oil and propane delivery, service and repairs. Fabian has been serving Central and Northern Maine with propane and oil for over 30 years. As a local Maine business, they cherish the relationships they have formed by serving the people of their communities. In 2019, Fabian entered the Southern Maine region with a heating oil acquisition and they have recently brought propane to the market. They are aggressive and would love to be your supplier. Give them a call 207-793-2044, visit fabianoil.com, or follow them on Facebook.

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