Expanding company wins wide-format printer in Spandex contest
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By News Desk
18 May 2011
Clare Horner from Vital Signs York with the prize
Vital Signs York has received a new Mutoh wide-format printer – the prize from a draw at Spandex's stand at last month's Sign and Digital UK exhibition. Vital Signs has plans to expand and has commented the on potential of the ValueJet printer.
Clare Horner from Vital Signs York was said to be surprised when Spandex phoned the sign-making firm to reveal it as the prize draw winner. "I could not believe it, it is an amazing prize," she says. "It comes at a great time just as we are trying to expand our business. The potential with this printer is enormous. All Spandex staff have been very helpful throughout the process."
Commenting on Vital Signs York's services, which includes signage, banners, textiles and vehicle wraps, Horner adds: "We aim to provide all our customers with unique graphics making them stand out from the competition."
Bristol-based Spandex showcased its materials suitable for the sign-making, speciality graphics and digital printing sectors at Sign and Digital.
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