Print Companies in Coventry
The second largest city in the West Midlands, Coventry is dominated by its Three Spires. A popular subject for Coventry’s postcard printing firms, these are the 14th century spires of Christ Church, Holy Trinity and St. Michael’s Cathedral. Only Holy Trinity escaped the bombing raids of World War II.
The modern Coventry Cathedral, erected in 1962, stands next to the ruins of the original. Although not so picturesque, Coventry’s modern Cathedral has a large congregation and hosts numerous arts events throughout the year. Coventry’s banner printers usual have something planned, especially around the Easter and Christmas festivals.
Coventry is in the middle of a major refurbishment program to create a chic, fashionable city centre. The numerous bars, shops, restaurants and hotels of Coventry all need POS printing, sales literature, catalogue and brochure printing services. The Swanswell Project is creating canal side walks, an urban marina and a chic Parisian-style boulevard – all reasons why Coventry’s print companies, like us at Minuteman Press, are such a necessity.
Coventry’s printing services are also in constant demand for visitor attractions like the Coventry Transport Museum, which houses the largest exhibition of British built motor vehicles in the world. It depends on Coventry’s banner printing firms to create eye-catching awareness of its exhibits.
Other attractions needing banner and poster printing in Coventry are the Herbert Art Gallery, the reconstructed Lunt Roman Fort, the Midland Air Museum and Ricoh Arena – home to Coventry FC. All these rely on Coventry’s brochure printers to produce eye-catching literature. However, there are also numerous smaller societies in Coventry, using flyer printing on a more modest scale to promote such things as the Police Station Museum and Coventry City Farm.