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Screen Printers and Adoption: How It All Began

Nearly a decade ago, Tack Designs opened their doors for the first time. Well, metaphorical doors,

but Tack was open for business in January of 2006 by the Fannin family in Pryor, Oklahoma. Tack

began as a small design and screen printing company. Todd Fannin was the sole employee of the

whole operation. He and his wife Aimee have faithfully invested in Tack since day one. 

Tack was born out of a desire to adopt a little boy from China. If you didn't know, international 

adoptions cost a lot, but more on that later. Essentially, the Fannin family hoped to earn enough money

over a period of three years so that they could add . After just one year, the Lord blessed the Fannin's

as they were able to welcome Deacon from Hangzhou, China into their family! Of course it didn't stop

there. Tack continued to grow and the Fannin family was able to pursue yet another Chinese adoption.

In 2012, Zoe Kate became a member of the Fannin family.  

  Since the metaphorical doors opened in 2006, real doors have opened in three separate locations

across the state. Tack Pryor recently relocated from a retail location to the Mid-America Industrial Park.

Tack Edmond is thriving at 100 N. Broadway serving the students of UCO as well as the OKC Metro.

Tack Shawnee opened their real doors in August of 2014 to serve the community and Bison Hill at

2820 N. Kickapoo. 

  The people at Tack are passionate about serving customers and making sure they are pleased

with the products and services provided by Tack. We look forward to serving you! 

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