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Graphics and Print launched their own version of the Fantasy Football league seven months ago to help raise money for charity and have now paid out a total of £250 to various charities with the promise of a minimum of £650 by the end of the season. The latest winner, Stu Mullarkey, was playing the competition on behalf of the charity Faith In Families and this is the second time Stu and the charity have won!

A delighted competition organiser, Mike Hutton, explains a bit more about the competition and the reason Graphics and Print set up the challenge: “Graphics and Print takes its responsibility to support the community extremely seriously. We are the only printers that we know of, to have made a commitment that each and every one of our staff will spend a minimum of two days a year during work time, supporting the community through a variety of activities. The launch of the Fantasy Football competition was just one example. The aim was to help raise £600 for charities but also provide the competition winners with £400 worth of prize money. Being the great people that they are, some of the winners have actually donated their winnings to the charity fund as well so with just two months left until the competition ends on the 19th May, we know we will pay out a minimum £650 to charities and it could be even more than that by the time we complete the competition.”

To date, charities such as the British Heart Foundation, Fibromyalgia Association UK and Faith In Families have all benefited from the competition and with only a few months left until the final winners are announced, charities such as Ovarian Cancer Trust, Cancer Research, Tommy’s, The Samaritans and Help for Heroes to name just a few, all stand a chance of winning. Additionally, if Graphics and Print receive 200 likes on their facebook page before Christmas, five charities stand to receive £100. The Shropshire printers demonstrate their Community Commitment in many ways, from staff participation in local or community-based charitable events, to sponsorship, donations, providing work experience to local schools and colleges, special discount offers for charities as well as spending days in the community such as two volunteering days they spent last year at Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust. The Fantasy Football League is just one more example of the great work this company does for charity. Full details can be found on their website.

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.

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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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