RJL Smith & Associates in association with Graphics & Print, recently showcased the launch of their association at the Cathedral and Church Shops Association trade fair. The event took place at St Andrew’s Hall Norwich on the 2nd November and was attended by a number of churches and cathedrals from around the UK. The event also provided the new association with the opportunity to showcase its new range of “Qwerky Cards”.
As a celebration of RJL Smith & Associates having been in business for 50 years this year and additionally to celebrate the launch of the new association with commercial printers Graphics and Print, attendees were given the chance to win a £100 donation to the charity or well deserving cause of their choice. The Reverend Stuart Munns, who organised the event, drew the award towards the end of the day and we are delighted to announce that the winner was Mrs Chris Haigh from Wakefield Cathedral. This was a timely donation because Wakefield Cathedral are due to commence some extensive renovation work in February 2012, including the whole of the nave, a new bookshop, a new sound system, lighting, a new labyrinth, single level flooring and even under floor heating amongst other work. The work will continue right through to February 2013 and the £100.00 award has therefore been donated to the Wakefield Cathedral Development Fund.
Graphics and Print were formed in 1980 and have been successfully providing printing services for over 30 years. Graphics and Print boast a loyal customer base that’s grown year on year, offering quality, value and flexibility at every stage of the print journey.
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