Jason Beatty | Partner at International Graphics & Nameplate

On this episode of Business Over Beer, we interview Jason Beatty, Partner at International Graphics and Nameplate. We get to learn about Jason’s journey as a small business owner, how his commitment to technology has given him a competitive advantage, and we learn why he is such a faithful sponsor to the McKibbin Legacy Classic golf tournament.  

In business for over 35 years, IGN started as a metal nameplate shot, making metal labels for manufacturers, they have grown into biggest printer in Southwest Washington printing everything from basic signs and banners to wrapping vehicles and walls to very high end metal labels

Jason also gave us a tour of his shop and he has a special surprise for us at the end of it, the link to that is below along with links to our other season 5 episodes, please check those out as well.



Highlighted Craft Beer:

Mac & Jacks - Redmond, WA

African Amber Ale, 5.8% ABV, 30 IBU

"This beer erupts with a floral, hoppy taste, followed by a well rounded malty middle, finishing with a nicely organic hop flavor. Locally sourced two row grain and a blend of specialty malts give our amber its rich taste."


Please Support our Sponsors: 

Virtual Cathy

Andres Jimenez: andres.jimenez@edwardjones.com   

Taps Growler House

Uptown Screen Printing

Better Together Payment Solutions: service@bettertogetherps.com 

Diana Rutherford: thepnwrealtor@gmail.com 


Watch All Season 5 episodes, AVAILABLE NOW: 

John McKibbin Spotlight, part 1 

John McKibbin Spotlight, part 2 

Tournament Highlights with The BOB 

Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center 

Pearson Field Education Center 

Angie’s Mystery Keg 

The McKibbin Sisters  

Steve Kenny, CEO of Columbia Credit Union 

Rick Takach, CEO of Vesta Hospitality 

AC Hotel by Marriott Tour 

Jason Beatty, Partner at International Graphics and Nameplate 

International Graphics Shop Tour 

Mike Nieto, CEO of Catworks Construction and Founder of Dig Deep 

Tom and Ryan Cody, Founders of Cody Staffing