Born in Argentina, Richard Miller immigrated to New York with his family as a teenager. As a brilliant young sales professional, he learned as much as he could at Nabisco Brands, then launched Fineline Printing with a small SBA loan and strong business aptitude in 1981.
Passionate about his Argentinean heritage, Richard certified Fineline as a minority-owned business, both locally and nationally. A founder and board member of the Indianapolis Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Richard was later chosen for the Indiana Chamber Board of Directors. Richard is also a long-standing member of the Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council (MSDC) and actively serves on their Board of Directors.
Since 1981, Richard has steadfastly groomed Fineline into one of the Midwest’s leading commercial graphics and mailing providers. The company now boasts more than 70 employees and occupies over 70,000 square feet of space.