Panda Press reach new goals!

Work with Stoke City to provide a Premier League match day hospitality experience is helping Panda Press to reach new goals.

We are proud to support Stoke City with a supply of high quality printed material such as menus, team sheets, promotional flyers and parking passes at the Britannia Stadium.

Now we have netted a second sporting deal with Bristol Sport, which oversees all aspects of commercial operations and merchandising for its clubs and affiliates including Championship club Bristol City, as well as the city’s well known professional Rugby Union club, together with basketball and a motor racing programme.

“We’re proud to work with Stoke City and it is both a huge honour and responsibility to ensure that we deliver a high standard of printed match day material for the club and their supporters,” said Sales Director, Hannah Tunnicliffe. “There’s a link between Stoke City and Bristol Sport as Matthew Joy, a former member of the Potters’ staff is now Head of Marketing at the West Country club.

“We were delighted when Matthew approached us recently and we were able to supply Bristol City with printed material, such as car park booklets. Matthew then gave us a further boost by mentioning Panda Press on Twitter praising us for a “super service and end product” and he then emailed us with a similar order for Bristol Rugby Club.”

The sporting success is just one of several business goals we have achieved in 2015.

A period of expansion has seen us add experienced print estimator Craig Evans and apprentice Rhys Lowe to the Panda team. Investment in a five-colour litho press has paid dividends in helping us to expand. Our clients range from small locally based businesses to Staffordshire digger giants JCB and hotel chain the Holiday Inn.

Added Hannah: “We are proud to provide marketing and promotional material to many businesses in Staffordshire and further afield, including Moddershall Oaks, the Lewis Partnership, the Douglas MacMillan Hospice and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue.”

Managing Director Laurence said: “2015 has been a year of growth and we have just had our best ever July, so there has been no sign of a summer slow-down. We employ 10 people and we’ve been particularly pleased to bring in Rhys, our apprentice, this summer who will be learning a trade alongside printers with many years of experience.”