Print companies in Wrexham are relied on to buoy local Christmas sales
December 7, 2010 by Lyndon
The beginning of December sees Wrexham kicking off a programme of festive events designed to entice shoppers to the town centre and generate business to boost the local economy. This starts with the opening of Santa’s Grotto and continues to encompass a Christmas market and a Christmas Fayre show that has been organised by Wrexham chamber of Trade and Tourism. Local printing companies around Wrexham have been tasked with promoting festive events throughout the town and are being relied on to provide services such as banner printing. Wrexham residents are being targeted with other printing marketing materials that have made use of services like poster and flyer printing. These flyers and posters are used around the Wrexham area to promote the events being held in the town centre.
Printing companies in Wrexham have provided support for other local business-generating initiatives in the past with significant response and success, so it is hoped that similar results will be gained over the festive period by advertising using tried and tested methods. The seasonal programme of events in Wrexham culminates with a carol service on Thursday 16th December which begins at Queens Square. Local printing companies around the Wrexham area are hoping that promotional campaigns for this will be successful and that they will generate extra business for them in the coming New Year. Because the town is located in North Wales, many pieces of printed marketing literature need to be produced in both Welsh and English and this idea of ‘doubling up’ on print jobs can often be seen as a way of generating extra revenue for local printing companies who offer services like flyer printing in Wrexham.