The Shropshire printer, Graphics and Print, announced at the start of the new Barclays premier league season that they would be running a fantasy league to help raise money for charity and the month one winner chose to donate his charity win to the British Heart Foundation. Now 9 weeks into the new football league season, the award winning Shropshire printers have just announced their month 2 winner and once again Gary Jarvis has beaten off competition from nearly 100 participants, to win the charity award. This means that the British Heart Foundation have been the recipients of the first 2 months awards from the free to enter competition. Managing Director Martin Kells is glad to be paying out for such a worthwhile charity:
“The British Heart Foundation is the UK's biggest heart charity whose goal is to lead the fight against heart disease – the nation's number one killer and I am therefore delighted that Graphics and Print are playing their part in doing what we can to support this extremely worthwhile charity. The idea behind the Fantasy Football League was always first and foremost to raise money for charities as part of our commitment to the community that we serve but at the same time we also wanted to have some fun in the process. You wouldn’t believe how competitive this is getting with nearly 100 participants all wanting to win money for the charity of their choice. We have individuals representing charities ranging from Cancer Research, Help for Heroes and the British Heart Foundation, to lesser known organisations such as Trimar Hospice and Birmingham Children’s Hospital. No matter how big or how small the charity is, we are delighted to provide this fun competition that enables them to benefit. Sadly, so many commercial printers are struggling in this day and age and can’t or won’t commit to the communities that they serve but as a family run business which has grown steadily over the last 30 years, it is part of our DNA to make sure that every one of our employees spends time helping and supporting charities, under privileged people or members of the community, in having a better life. I am therefore delighted to be running this scheme and glad that we are making the monthly donations that we are.”
In total, the award winning Telford printer put £1000 up for grabs - £600 going to charities and £400 to the participants of the competition. The commitment Graphics and Print demonstrate to their community activities and the Fantasy Football League competition as one particular example was recently highlighted in ‘PrintWeek’, the number one print industry magazine.
Graphics and Print provide an end-to-end print manufacturing service. The design, manufacturing, packaging and distribution all take place under one roof, ensuring that quality checks can be made from start to finish. From design, through to print, they offer award winning design and print at a very competitive price.
Graphics and Print were formed in 1980 and boast a loyal customer base that’s grown year on year, offering quality, value and flexibility at every stage of the print journey. From printed brochures to printed flyers, leaflets or business cards, Graphics and Print produce a range of printed products suiting all traditional marketing or promotional needs.
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