The 2017 QPP Christmas Raffle has been drawn. With thanks to the top ten print suppliers wonderful sponsors for their seasonal goodwill, here are the lucky numbers drawn with matched recipients.
Firstly none of this is possible without the trade print services of Paul Weston at www.nelsonpress.co.uk who once again supplied 7000 personal tickets to our print shop readership.
2017 winners prize list.
1st Prize - Renz Calendar Binding Kit
Ticket number 0496
This seasonal calendar creative kit has been won by Ian McLeod at Elmbank Print in Peebles.
Thanks to our friends at Renz for all of this: 1 x SRW 360 binding machine, 1 x TC20 thumb cut machine, 100 wires and 100 hangers
2nd Prize – QPP Book of the Year
Ticket number 6949
100 Ideas that Changed Graphic Design is on its way to Ian Thornton at Ian’s Print in Alfreton.
New in the "100 Ideas that Changed..." series, this book demonstrates how ideas influenced and defined graphic design, and how those ideas have manifested themselves in objects of design.
Written by one of the world's leading authorities on graphic design, Steven Heller, and lavishly illustrated, the book is both a great source of inspiration and a provocative record of some of the best examples of graphic design from the last hundred years.
3rd Prize – Box of HP ‘Pink Ribbon’ Paper
Ticket number 3690
Congrats to Vinay at Prontaprint Potters Bar
International Paper extends its sincere thanks to all distribution partners who are encouraging awareness and engagement for the Pink Ream campaign with communication activities in their countries.
4th Prize – Christmas Joy Food Hamper
Ticket number 1729
Hello hello hello, this ticket has been matched to Shaun Riley, print manager at Derbyshire Constabulary Police Headquarters.
Thanks Watkiss for this wonderful prize.
5th Prize – A Zig Zag Very Displays brochure stand in a travelling case.
Ticket number 3346
This quick print presentation prize has been won by Paul Ellingham the MD at the aptly named Quick Print Copy & Design in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
I am sure you will find this is great to display your print and discover faster moving stationery. Then leading by example your customers can adopt their own Zig Zag print dispensing display and will sell more and need re-prints more often.
6th £100 amazon voucher Perfect Colours
Ticket number 4434
This ticket has been sent in by Sarah Loney at RHL Print in Swindon, enjoy some last minute Christmas shopping Sarah!
Thanks to all at Perfect Colours, the large format and digital press people that offer professional print advice to our quick print part of the industry.
7th Santa Stockings, a pair of course
Ticket number 1065
Ha, Maureen has pulled out one of our favourite readers, Mick at Imprint in Colchester.
8th TMT Personalised Hip Flask
Ticket number 3598
Matched to John Kearley at St Albans School, who can choose his own personalisation print.
So cheers to all at The Magic Touch for the best B2B promotional product we have seen all year.
Great team mementoes for hen and stag parties, golf tournaments, rugby tours or even to help keep the chill out when walking the dog.
9th Training Course
Ticket number 4563...
... and the winner is Marion Berry at Purnells 4 Print & Design, Bridgewater.
The Roland DG Academy offers a unique dedicated learning environment for course delegates. Equipped to the highest standards and professionally run, the Roland DG Academy is the ideal learning environment for progressive businesses.
Introduction to Digital Print:
Intermediate Digital Print:
10th Ralawise Christmas Jumper
Ticket number 2864
This snug and seasonal jumper will be posted today to John Chalinor, digital print co-ordinator at LT Print group Wallasey in the Wirral
That’s it for another year; thanks to everyone involved and if you didn’t win this year then please try again.
QPP website will be updated daily during the holiday break, subject to food and drink intervals! www.QuickPrintPro.co.uk
The new 2018 QPP media pack is available to view and download from the website, please share this with your preferred suppliers so we can increase our group buying power.