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At Bailey, we pride ourselves in building long term relationships that create profitable solutions for you. Whether it's publishing Jacksonville's official business and legal daily newspaper, solving your every printing need, or connecting realtors and builders to developments in Northeast Florida, you can depend on the Bailey family. Our job is to be your partner. With Bailey by your side, we can make you better.

Jacksonville Financial News and Daily Record

Development today

Tue., Aug. 23, 2016

The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies.

Florida Power & Light chief defends $1.3B rate increase request

Tue., Aug. 23, 2016

A request for $1.3 billion in base-rate hikes is "driven by investment and infrastructure" rather than profit as critics claim, the president of Florida Power & Light told regulators Monday during the opening of an expected two-week hearing on the proposal.

Van Zant family at center of House race; lawmaker's wife among candidates for seat

Tue., Aug. 23, 2016

Outgoing state Rep. Charles Van Zant can't run for re-election this year because of term limits, but the socially conservative incumbent's shadow looms over the race to replace him.

Curry promotes unified support of pension sales tax; chides media for covering Democratic committee's opposition to effort

Tue., Aug. 23, 2016

Days after the Duval Democratic Executive Committee came out swinging against his pension tax proposal, Mayor Lenny Curry offered a counterpunch Monday with dozens of people behind him.

Drop in business tax revenue brings concern; new companies often aren't told about having to pay the fee

Tue., Aug. 23, 2016

There are many signs in the city's annual budget that can reflect the health of the local economy. When revenue is up from collected property and sales taxes, as they have been the past couple of years, it's seen as a positive.

Bailey Printing & Design. Your partner in printing.

Large Format Printing

Helping you win business is why we are in business. So we invested in large format presses to help you make lasting impressions with eye-catching banners, presentation graphics, posters, oversized photos, or materials for trade show booths.

Digital Offset Printing

Everything we do is geared towards offering the best possible service at the lowest possible price. Whether projects are as small as 3 x 5 inches or as large as 11 x 17 inches, our team can help you deliver a professional look.

Conventional Printing

DPI is here to assist you in every step. We can give you as much or as little help as you need. From concept design of postcards, to custom envelopes and attention-grabbing stationary. DPI provides you a flexible printing process with a variety of sizes and applications.

Digital Printing & Copy Services

You’ve got a last minute presentation you can’t miss. Don’t panic. DPI offers high-quality black & white and color printing using the latest digital technology, which allows us to fulfill even the most complex jobs with short turnarounds.

Realty/Builder Connection

Exerting influence on key issues

Tue., Jul. 12, 2016

The Yes for Jacksonville campaign to pay down the city's pension debt with a half-cent sales tax extension needed support and got it recently from Northeast Florida's real estate and building industries.

Subdivision adds affordable-housing options

Tue., Jul. 12, 2016

Alex Sifakis has spent a majority of his adult life in rough neighborhoods. He is no stranger to the areas of Jacksonville that most people only hear about on the evening news.

TenantTag simplifies property management

Tue., Jul. 12, 2016

Greg Dyer knew he needed to make a change to his real estate investment business when the recession took hold in 2008.

Creating design solutions for families

Tue., Jul. 12, 2016

By definition, life for working parents with young children is hectic. That's where Jacksonville architect Deryl Patterson's expertise comes into play.

Bowling for strikes and to help Builders Care

Tue., Jul. 12, 2016