Customer Service

customer serviceAt Blue Octopus Printing we believe the best customer service starts with communication with a human being and not a machine. That’s why we have an excellent customer service staff that is here to serve you by understanding your printing and mailing needs -- and then connecting you with a knowledgeable representative during business hours. 

Please contact us with any questions at (317) 247-1997 or email us at

Blue Octopus Printing Company
2762 Rand Road
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Phone: 317-247-1997
Fax: 317-972-1001

We look forward to serving you soon.



Meet the Blue Octopus Printing Company Staff


Jeff Harris
Vice President

Jeff Harris brings a wide range of project management experience from both the private and public sectors to his role at Blue Octopus Printing. In addition to overseeing operations at Blue Octopus, Jeff also serves as Vice President of Post Masters, the full-service mailing and fulfillment company housed under the same roof as Blue Octopus.

Prior to joining Post Masters, Jeff oversaw customer service and quality control teams at a Fortune 500 Company. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and an MBA from IIT. His allegiance continues for Purdue University – especially during basketball season. (Ask him about the time he jumped on former Purdue Coach Gene Keady when celebrating a win over Indiana.) Jeff spends a fair amount of off-work time on volleyball and tennis courts and cheers on the Indianapolis Colts between matches.



Joe McKinney

Joe McKinney has extensive experience in the print and mail industry.  Before joining Blue Octopus, he worked for one of the largest print and mail vendors in the state for 10 years, serving as plant manager for the last seven.  He was a litho off-set printer for five years prior to that. McKinney studied mechanical engineering at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

McKinney serves as Director for Post Masters Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Blue Octopus Printing Company and DOMA Document Solutions of Indiana.  He says he was drawn to the job because he loves the industry, but also because the organization hires people with disabilities.  “I love having the opportunity to be part of a company that makes a real difference in people’s lives,” he said.

Off the clock, McKinney coaches girls’ youth basketball.  He is an avid Pacers and Colts fan and a “pitiful” Cubs fan.  He loves hip-hop music and Batman. He and his wife, Amanda, have five children.