Nancy's been leading the team since 1982, and without her the whole operation would fall apart! With over 37 years of experience in the industry, there are few problems she hasn't faced (and fixed)! Nancy is also the last known layout designer that prefers Pagemaker over InDesign (at least it's not Quark!). When she's not keeping Dave in line at the store, she loves to spend time with friends and family.
Dave opened his first print shop back in the early 1980's and is involved in all aspects of the business. He brings decades of hands-on print and marketing experience to the table, and takes a lot of pride in his team's high-quality service, honesty and integrity. In his spare time, he likes taking his queen out to dinner or chasing his grandkids around.
Michelle joined the team back in 1998, originally intending to become a graphic designer. Instead, she was forced into doing everything else, and we do mean EVERYTHING! While she still dabbles in design, it's mostly between running the digital center, ordering paper and helping customers. When she's not churning out high-quality print, you can find Michelle snug on her couch savoring an ice-cold beverage.
Technically, Jeremy joined the team in 2000, but we all know he's been in the industry since birth! Anything to do with vehicle graphics, banners, prints or signs go through Jeremy. He also repairs our computers, and monitors the daycare! Hallelujah! When Jeremy isn't toiling beneath the Arizona sun wrapping a vehicle, he enjoys family time and a touch of fine bourbon.
Sandi joined us in 2006 to help with administration and book-keeping. Having kept Uncle Sam out of our pockets for over 10 years, she's a vital addition to our crew! When she isn't number-crunching or telling Dave to stop splurging so much, Sandi likes spending time with her two daughters and husband Jeremy.
Chris is our lead bindery specialist and has been at Allegra Image360 since 1993. On top of being a master machine operator, Chris helps out with the sign division when he isn't handling a hefty chunk of the bindery work as well as operating our big beastly finger chopper in the back (paper cutter). When he's not risking his appendages for Allegra, you can find Chris cruisin' the trails on his velocipede.
Leslie is our ultra-friendly, super-knowledgeable customer service and inside sales representative. If you've worked with Allegra Image360 Tucson anytime after 2013, chances are you've met Leslie. With over 30 years experience, Leslie's probably the most knowledgeable print professional in all of Tucson. When she's not sifting through piles of client needs, she's spends her spare time keeping her sailor out of bar fights!
Carissa is our charismatic customer service specialist, helping clients get what they need. When she’s not being special at Allegra Image360 Tucson, she likes spending time with her domesticated carnivorous mammals and sipping ice-cold horchatas in the early hours of the morning.
Eric Robles is the son of the late Eddie Robles and is a second generation sign maker and Tucson native. He started working in his father's sign shop, Signs and Neon, at the age of 13. Eddie Robles had a deep passion for art, neon, and signs, and now Eric has continued his father's legacy in the sign field; now adding vehicle wraps to his talents, which he is also teaching to his very own son. Eric's love and passion for his hometown and sign-making is what sets him apart from the rest. His bay door is always open for anyone to come and watch and learn a thing or two; and Burritos are always welcome. When Eric is not working, he is at home watching wrap videos or at a Diamondbacks game with his son.
James has loved art since even before he can remember (it runs in the family). He has spent the last 15 years obsessing over Design and Illustration work, while hunched over at his computer. After graduating with an Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design, Emphasis in Digital Photography with Honors from Yavapai College in Prescott and completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, in Visual Communication with Honors from The University of Arizona, he decided not to leave Tucson and became a foster dad.