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Case Studies

Print Run on the FT run to Monaco!

Print Run were invited to supply promotional gifts, signage and clothing for this prestigious event and were given a 3 week lead time to pull the whole project together. After extensive discussions with the client and the start venue, Print Run selected the clothing and all the appropriate giveaways required and submitted visuals for approval. The chosen gifts were USB chargers for the cars, boxed sets of champagne glasses inlaid with Swarovski crystals all personalised with names for an exclusive Mumm Champagne party, right down to earplug sets matching the client’s corporate colours.

Print Run advised on the signage required over the 5 day event and supplied PVC Banners, A Frame Signs, Bunting, Flags, Hospitality Vehicle Decals and Car Stickers for the entrants. The project did not finish there…the Print Run Team spent a whole evening setting up the signage at the start of the FT Run on site at Brands Hatch ensuring delivery and presentation was as expected by the client.

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HATS OFF TO PRINT RUN!!

” I don’t suppose this is possible but we need a load of bespoke Cowboy Hats in the United States in 4 weeks time…..” A request that often comes into the sales office  on a regular basis and Print Run rose to the challenge!

The brief was clear and concise, a pantone matched wool cowboy hat of good quality with branding on a ribbon around the hat for delivery to the United States Grand Prix in 4 weeks including shipping. The hat was sourced in China, the wool dipped for pantone matching, the ribbon screen printed and the freight arranged. The client was informed on a regular basis with development of the hat and pictures were provided of each part of the manufacturing process. The goods left on time and were collected by our freight partner.

Despite delays in United States Customs the final delivery made it to the circuit in Austin, Texas  with literally hours to spare. The final product received huge television coverage worldwide during interviews both on Sky and the BBC.

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