Robert Horne Group is on the hunt to find the oldest printer in town. The materials supplier has launched a nationwide competition with a prize package worth over £37,000.
Designed to help print providers make a big impression, Robert Horne is offering commercial printers an opportunity to win one of three wide format printers. First prize will be won by the ‘oldest printer in town’ (based on date of manufacture). The competition is part of the firm’s campaign to promote its digital consultation service. Robert Horne says it has seen a massive uptake in its digital audit service that provides advice on the potential opportunities offered by wide-format print l.
Managing Director Paul French said: “The range of applications that can now be produced digitally is increasing exponentially and there’s a massive opportunity to grow your business by leveraging the very latest in digital technology. This competition will provide three lucky winners with the chance to make a big impression, with no capital outlay!”
To enter the competition simply log onto www.oldestprinter.co.uk and complete the entry form. Closing date is 9 March. First prize, a Mimaki CJV 130 will be won by the oldest printer in town. Second and third prizes (picked at random) are a HP Z6200 and Epson 7000 plus, there are a number of runners-up prizes that include a laminator and cutter.