About us

A few words about us


JRC INDUSTRIES, INC. is a Manufacturer supplier of quality blank stock Invitations, Announcements and Envelopes - Providing over 40 Years experience in the Business.

JRC Industries, Inc. Manufactures over 2,000 items of social and corporate Announcements, and the ability to produce Invitations with matching envelopes and accessories for Every Special Event including Wedding, Anniversary , Quince Años, Sweet Sixteen, Birth Announcements, Baptismal, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Elegant Corporate Image Announcements and much more.

With a dedicated designing department we are able to lead the industry in Innovative Design, Using today’s fashion colors to coordinate with any special events color scheme and a spectacular assortment of matching Lined and Stamped Inside Envelopes in all of the most popular shades. With the knowledge and experience to use special quality papers, unique printing formats, precision stamping and embossing, as well as intricate die cuts. These lovely designs are for every occasion and created expressly for TODAY, yet are fresh and modern for TOMORROW, while retaining the beauty and dignity of YESTERDAY.



JRC Industries is named after the Leonard Fishelberg’s Three Children. (Jeff, Robert and Cheryl).


Robert Fishelberg has worked at JRC since his 14th birthday and is currently the CEO-President-General Manager. His Son, Joshua Fishelberg, is currently the Director of Sales and Marketing.


JRC Industries first began making envelopes for their Paramount Branded Invitations. Because of our attention to detail we have become known as “The Social Envelope Experts”


JRC Industries has had several wedding invitations featured in Hollywood Movies and Television Shows.


JRC Industries, Inc. manufactures over 2,500 items of social and corporate announcements, with matching envelopes and accessories. The designs are fresh and modern enough for tomorrow, while retaining the beauty and dignity of yesterday.


JRC Industries, Inc. specializes in manufacturing custom lined envelopes from customer supplied stock at a fraction of the cost of lining the envelopes by hand.