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Sharing your story and reaching the right audience can be a challenge for any business. Take into account all the new channels, technology and products available to marketers, and the task can seem Herculean.

At Allegra Philadelphia - Northeast, we understand.


Partner with us for access to the strategies, technologies and creative team you need to help you grow your company or organization. You’ll have a one-stop local resource for all your marketing and communications needs, backed by the accumulated experience of more than 300 sister companies and the thousands of marketing successes they’ve had with organizations like yours.

Clients like you have been the backbone of our work in our community since 1989. While a lot has changed, one thing remains the same – our promise to work hard to enhance the value of your business or organization.

Let’s start working together to find new ways to grow. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.


Local Roots, Local Service

Allegra Philadelphia is doing more in our community to support local businesses and charities.

At Allegra, the businesses and non-profits in and around Philadelphia are the lifeblood of what we do. We know a business can only remain as strong as the community it serves. It’s a pretty simple business philosophy that helps keep this community vital.

Like you, we are local business owners who live, work and play in this community. Our commitment to the Philadelphia area goes beyond just doing business here. We are an active part of the community, involved in:

The mission of the Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame is to foster the development of civic values and a sense of community in Northeast Philadelphia, along with a greater awareness and appreciation of the area’s rich history, by honoring the lives and accomplishments of its most distinguished citizens. To that end, the Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame will honor those Northeast Philadelphia residents past and present whose lives or careers have been marked by high achievement or those individuals who have had a lasting, significant, and positive impact on the Northeast Philadelphia community.
Often called “the Great Northeast,” Northeast Philadelphia is an area of approximately forty-four square miles bounded by the Delaware River to the east, Bucks County to the north, Montgomery County to the west, and the Tacony and Frankford Creeks to the south. It is an area with a distinguished history that was provided enriched by the contributions of countless individuals who have lived and worked here over the years.

The Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame is sponsored by Glen Foerd on the Delaware in partnership with Holy Family University, the Historical Society of Frankford, The Northeast Times, and the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. The inaugural induction ceremony was held in October 2009, with the subsequent inductions in October 2010, 2012, and 2014. The Hall of Fame is guided by two committees: the Selection Committee, which chooses the inductees, and the Steering Committee, which plans the induction ceremony and raises money for the project.

Solly Stables

Solly Stables’ mission is to provide a unique equestrian experience, building self-confidence, fostering independence and caring for horses by promoting compassion and learning through riding and educational experiences. Solly Stable strives to achieve this mission regardless of a person’s ability to contribute financially.

The Philadelphia Foundation – Financial Literacy Fund of TruMark Financial 

Since 1918, The Philadelphia Foundation has linked those with financial resources to those who serve societal needs. It is the region’s community foundation, serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. By growing the 900 funds established by its donors and distributing about $20 million annually in grants and scholarships to effective nonprofit organizations, The Philadelphia Foundation improves Southeastern Pennsylvania’s quality of life. The Foundation helps build healthy communities, strengthen children and families, advance economic opportunities and enhances culture and recreation. For more information visit

National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) (10 years)

Founded in 1933, The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) served as a not-for-profit business management association representing companies in the $80+ billion commercial printing and graphic communications industry in North America, and served the quick and small printing business segment through the National Association of Quick Printers (NAQP).

Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (25 years)

The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce has been in existence for over 90 years. The Chamber was formed as a private business organization dedicated to the success of our community and the free enterprise system. The Chamber of Commerce is here to help and support the business community of Northeast Philadelphia and in particular its membership. It helps to solve everyday problems that the businesses encounter. We strive to give our neighborhoods support in order that the community will remain strong into the future.

Greater Northeast Chamber of Commerce – 8601 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19152 – 215.332.6050

Thinking Green. Printing Smarter.

The printing process can be resource intensive, but there are many “green practices” we can incorporate in our daily work routines to help diminish the amount of waste we generate. Here are some methods we are currently using:

  • Recycling Programs – From paper to ink to money and everything in between, recycling saves. It also reduces air pollution and waste to landfills.
  • Controlling Waste – By establishing inventory controls, we reduce waste and save cash. Sequencing print jobs by ink color saves ink changes and labor while eliminating waste.
  • Using Resources Wisely – Incorporating recycled papers – with high levels of post-consumer content – into your communications projects helps keep a lot of paper out of landfills.
  • Choosing "Smart" Inks – Using vegetable- or soy-based inks means less toxins and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) are released into the air and soil. You can choose print communications to be part of your mix … and feel good about it. Having a partner that knows what’s essential to you and your brand image makes the choices easy. Local roots, local commitment, and a local business to support your work – that’s a pretty powerful combination. Talk to us today about your business or organization, and let’s see what we can build together.
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