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Graphics and Print not only have a reputation for supporting their local community, something which is quite unique in this day and age

Five months ago, the Shropshire printer, Graphics and Print, announced the launch of a fantasy football league competition to raise money for charity, as part of their commitment to the community. So far, they have paid out money to the British Heart Foundation twice, Fibromyalgia Association UK and Faith In Families and the month five winner saw a repeat of the month three winner with Martin Underwood, whose chosen charity was Fibromyalgia Association UK, snatching victory in the last weekend of the competition. The scheme is a real statement from the printers in Telford about how much they value the communities they serve, having put up £1000 prize money in total and not charging a penny from any of the participants to join the initiative.

Managing Director Martin Kells can’t believe that we’re already six months into the nine month competition: “They say as you get older that time seems to move quicker and it seems like only yesterday when we announced the launch of the competition as part of our community programme. I don’t see many other commercial printers running schemes like this for charity but as a relatively small Shropshire printer, we feel that it’s important to give something back to the communities which we serve. We’ve got participants from all over the country supporting multiple charities – some that are really well known such as Help for Heroes and others like Fibromyalgia Association UK which are not as well publicised yet are equally deserving. When Martin Underwood won the month 3 competition for this charity, he ended up also donating his own personal winnings as well, which was a great gesture. It wouldn’t surprise me knowing Martin Underwood quite well, if he did the same again. He and everyone who is participating on behalf of their chosen charity, is a real credit to the needs of others. I know it only takes a few minutes a week but at least they are all putting in the effort. I know the new season seems a long way off but we will look to repeat this initiative again next year. Sadly I don’t think my own team Wolves will be participating unless we shake up the format and bring the lower leagues into the competition!”

Graphics and Print not only have a reputation for supporting their local community, something which is quite unique in this day and age, but they also have a growing reputation for offering some extremely competitive prices for business print items such as leaflet printing, brochure printing and flyer printing. They have seen over 150 new customers join them since the launch of their new website late October last year and the feedback they have received is second to none. All feedback is visible directly from their website through Trust Pilot Reviews and demonstrates the growing feeling amongst customers that the quality of print, the service and the competitive pricing are second to none in the print industry.

Graphics and Print pride themselves on the fact that they are a print manufacturer unlike some printers who claim to manufacture in house but don’t. Graphics and Print deliver an end to end service from design through to print, finishing and despatch and it all takes place under one roof, ensuring that quality checks can be made from start to finish.


Graphics and Print have successfully traded for over 30 years providing printing services to a customer base ranging from multi-national companies to sole traders, offering quality, value and flexibility at every stage of the print journey.

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