I’ve always been able to count on Janay to communicate in a professional manner and deliver a timely and quality product. She is passionate about her craft and it shows in her work ethic and willingness to follow through with the customer until the job is done.
What Can We Do For You?
We are a full service proofreading and copy editing business that offers quick, affordable, and reliable services to support your business growth. Your Professional Level of Trust is important to us. Through competitive pricing, we are here to satisfy all your proofreading and copy editing needs.
Business owners, we know you are juggling multiple facets of your company. Allow us to ease your load and ensure your documents are polished before publishing. We have experience with a variety of business documents. Here are a few examples: press releases, newsletters, manuals, proposals, style guides, and much more!
Authors, we are here to assist in the final steps of publishing your manuscript. We offer proofreading, copy editing, and even formatting to ensure your manuscript is set up to the exact specifications requested by your publisher.
Students, we are here to lighten your load. In addition to our standard proofreading and copy editing services, we also offer formatting (APA, MLA, etc.) and researching services, which we know can be life savers for busy students.
TGary Proofing Services provided first-class review, evaluation and rewriting of a 50+ page proposal for my company. Not only is the service thorough and professional, but the project turnaround is highly impressive. I would recommend TGary to other small businesses in need of editing and business writing expertise.
Contact us today to take care of all your written documents.
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