My warehouse is located just outside DC. They have been a major upside to my little publishing business providing brains and brawn! They have indexed the client list for shipping and helped me set up the Shopify website and link it to the inventory. They also have a truck and make deliveries to hotels and places in DC where conventional carriers might not have access.
With their help, I can store sets of books for hubs who purchased for the year to insure that they had continuity in their gifting. I plan to print again with minor revisions. I may add or replace one image to the Korean Veterans Memorial and replace a page in the Arlington Cemetery section.
I am honored to be sold in the National Archives and Eastern National bookstores. Guest Services has books in both the North and South kiosks around the Lincoln. For the price of a baseball cap, you can gift books which will serve as a long term reminder of your part in their special day of Honor.
I've recommended Zenfolio to the Honor Flights and others primarily as an inexpensive storage website for your images. Ten years ago, I arranged for Honor Flight hubs to get a 20 percent discount and if Honor Flight Chicago is the norm, the servers are busy! I've taken advantage of the Zenfolio's design features, eliminated the "BROWSE FEATURE" and substituted "SEARCH" boxes to speed your image search.
If you are interested in prints, get in touch with the studio to confirm the specifications and I'll be happy to work with you to size and design. I've been working with metal prints of late and getting nice results.
This blog is ongoing and hopefully provides context for the books.