Print Companies in Preston
Preston was granted city status in 2002, a recognition well deserved. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Preston was a wealthy textile town but fell into decline during the post-industrial period. However, it has been redeveloped in recent years and is today the headquarters of prestigious names like BAE Global Defence, Westinghouse Electric and the Carphone Warehouse.
Obviously, there is a great need for Preston printing companies. Preston houses 185,000 people and is under heavy residential and commercial redevelopment. Property developers in the centre of Preston need banner printing and stationery printing from Preston based companies – not those in a town 20 miles away.
Similarly, retail outlets in shopping centres like Fishergate, the Miller Arcade and St George’s Mall require point-of-sale, or POS printing from Preston based companies they can trust. Preston print companies, like us at Minuteman Press, can provide everything from POS advertising and Sale banners, to promotional flyers. We also offer catalogue printing so Preston’s small businesses can look truly professional.
The St Walburge’s Church spire is the tallest in England, and the church is a popular choice to get married. Every year, hundreds of invitations and Order of Service booklets are run off by Preston’s print companies for church and registry office weddings. Preston is also the seat of Lancashire City Council, who constantly require print companies in Preston to design posters, banners, flyers etc for civic events and bulletins.
Another big user of Preston’s banner printing services is Preston North End, one of Lancashire’s oldest football clubs and home of the National Football Museum. Obviously, Preston’s brochure printers and poster printing firms are in heavy demand here, especially when the new fixtures are announced.
Whether it’s a private party or a banner for a museum, Preston’s print companies are constantly in demand.