Curry Printing on Hilton Head Island sold to Ohio couple

Curry Printing, a 33-year-old business on Hilton Head Island, has been sold to a couple who are veterans of the industry but new to the Lowcountry.

Company founder Kaye Black, who is involved with area nonprofit groups such as United Way, said she found the perfect pair to take over the shop and allow her to focus on her charitable work.

Chuck and Marianne Lobaugh owned a printing business in Troy, Ohio, before working with a newspaper and publishing company in Florida. There, they realized they missed community involvement and helping other business owners market themselves, Chuck Lobaugh said.

The reputation and infrastructure at Curry Printing were just what they were looking for, Lobaugh said.

"It was a good fit for us, and we were a good match for the business," he said.

Black said the Lobaughs will continue Curry Printing's company culture.

"They're committed to doing what people in the community need them to do, maximize what we have and be aware of the changes in the industry," she said.

Curry Printing employs seven people and is on Capital Drive off Marshland Road. The company offers design, printing and direct mailing for businesses and organizations. It has received awards, such as the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce's Small Business of the Year.