Plak That, a dream to success

Wyatt Harrison

Thanks to Ocean Downs’ Worcester County location, dozens of local companies have tapped the VLT Fund. One business that utilized the fund was Plak That, a print shop that is known for their art transforming blank planks into custom photos and art. Owner Wyatt Harrison, worked from his parent’s garage, and thanks to a loyal customer base, the business soon outgrew its home-based studio.Wyatt Harrison holding picture

With support from family and a $81,000 VLT loan, Wyatt opened Plak That in 2013 in the West Ocean City Business Park off Sunset Avenue. Today his growing print shop occupies 2,500 sq. ft. space, employs four people full-time and produces thousands of printed wood, metal and acrylic signs annually. And, with new technology and custom CNC router, Plak That has added design and production of large scale and 3-D commercial signs.images printed on wood

Some products that Plak That sells are wood, metal and acrylic prints, wooden ornaments and gift cards. Gift the perfect keepsake and make an online order. For business orders, some services include apparel, commercial signs, tap handles, point of sale displays, trophies and more! Check out their portfolio and learn how Plak That can transform your business today.Tap handles