The year is 1955. Riverside is a hot tourist destination and times are good. It is also the
year that Kenneth Vaughan purchased Goodspeed Printing, a small print shop in the
heart of downtown Riverside, located in the Mission Inn Annex.
Now it's 1959 and in the four short years since its beginning, Goodspeed Printing had
outgrown the small Mission Inn location and needed a new home. That new home
proved to be just a short move up Market Street.
In 1965 the name Goodspeed Printing was changed to Form Print Company and the
business grew to new heights. In 1975, after the retirement of Kenneth Vaughan,
his son Michael took over the company and continued the family tradition that is
carried on today with grandson Jimmy.
By the 90's the computer had taken over the printing industry. The cry of the decade
seemed to be "I need more disk space." In 1992 Form Print Company was changed
to FPC Graphics, a full service printing company offering electronic digital prepress
capabilities. To date FPC Graphics continues to stay on the cutting edge of the