Monday, December 19, 2011

News: Signs Express support Cash for Kids charity


Signs Express (Sheffield) has supported their local community by providing free promotional vehicle graphics to local radio station, Hallam FM, as they promote the Cash for Kids Christmas appeal.

Carol Morris, owner at Signs Express (Sheffield) said: "We have been delighted to support the Cash for Kids charity this year. We are working with Hallam FM to make their annual Cash for Kids Christmas Appeal more successful than ever with high impact vehicle graphics to really get the message across."

"Cash for Kids" is the umbrella brand for Bauer Radio’s network of independently registered, local charities which operate across 20 local areas within the UK. They raised in excess of £7.3 million in 2010.

This work rounds off a good year for Signs Express (Sheffield) who were delighted to be recognised for their work at the recent Sign Excellence Awards, making finalist in the best multiple sign project for their work for Sheffield's Millennium Galleries. Judged by the British Sign & Graphics Association and industry magazine Sign Directions, the awards showcased the very best of projects completed across the Signs Express group of over 75 production centres.

The judges declared that: "The sign package produced for the galleries is beautifully executed and help to unify all of the different elements of space, both internally and externally with a real wow factor!"

With their production base in Templeborough and previously covering just the north of Sheffield and surrounding areas, husband and wife team, Steve and Carol Morris, decided to expand their operation last year following consistent growth and the award of a number of high profile contracts.

Signs Express provides a wide range of signs and graphics including interior and exterior signs, vehicle graphics, banners, windows and exhibition displays to businesses in Sheffield and the surrounding areas.

Signs Express (Sheffield) website

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