About Us

Mission:

To contribute to the growth of creators and entrepreneurs by providing vibrant digital printing solutions on to merchandise with attention to detail and endless possibilities.

About our Founder: 

Maritza Gomez believes in putting your own personal stamp on things and being as original as you want to be. With that in mind, along with her mother, founded MG Custom Printing, a promotional products and printing company specializing in digital decoration of marketing products and personalized gifts in 2014.
Maritza has not always felt bold and brave or championed being an original because she was a “DREAMer,” an undocumented immigrant brought to the United States as a child. Although she’s faced many obstacles along the way, Maritza has been resilient and undaunted in her mission of being college educated and owning a business.Not only is she CEO of MG Custom Printing, but also she is a proud graduate of California State University, San Bernardino with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration on Entreprenuership. Maritza is one of 47 women featured in the new book,
“Next Bold Move” by number-one bestselling author Tarra Flores Sloan in 2016
A sought after motivational speaker, Maritza is frequently asked to speak on immigration and entrepreneurial topics. She has volunteered her time and spoken at University of California Los Angeles during the Youth Empowerment Conference and several California State Universities, San Bernardino, Long Beach and Fullerton and several local elementary and middle schools on
the importance of higher education, getting involved in their communities and networking regardless of their current circumstances. Maritza has been a Mentor and business plan judge for the Inland Empire Women’s Business Center (IEWBC) for the past three years, with three of her mentees winning one of the top three spots. On April 2018, Maritza was recognized as a one of the Trailblazer Latina Entrepreneurs of the Inland Empire by the National Latina Business Women Association of the Inland Empire and is one of the directors for NAWBO-IE.