Here at Essential Print Services we are delighted to announce the arrival of a new Print Angel.
Introducing… Katie Fitzpatrick!
“My new role as a Print Angel has been exciting, diverse and fast-paced to say the least. Even before I started, I joined the team in the Colour Blast Run on Darley Park – it was a great, informal way of meeting my fellow Print Angels. There is so much going on in our little office, which makes working here exciting and definitely keeps you on your toes. I have a love for printed products, so I feel very lucky to be working with new products and varied customers on a daily basis.” commented Katie.
To keep Katie and our Print Angels happy, we need to feed them with lovely printing jobs.
“There’s nothing we enjoy more than to help you with your print enquiries. For printing ideas or quote requests, chat to us online, or call 01332 418377 and we’ll do the rest!” said Katie.
Here’s some fun facts about Katie:
Would you bungee jump?
Yes! I have already done one and despite my fear of heights, it was amazing!
What’s the first thing you notice about people?
Their eyes. I think they reveal a lot.
What was the last ‘tune’ you bought?
I don’t really buy songs, I just listen to the radio a lot.
Who’s your hero?
I love Dwayne ‘the rock’ Johnson!
What’s your favourite food?
I love a slice of cake with a good cup of coffee! It makes me happy just thinking about it!
Where is the furthest you have been from home?
Thailand, I have just got back actually and it was fab.
One band you would love to see live before you die?
Oh I can’t pick one- Beyonce, Drake and Little Mix!
What’s the least favourite thing about yourself?
I have a ‘Harry Potter scar’ in the middle of my forehead. People say they don’t notice it but I am fully aware of it!
What are your hobbies or interests?
I have just finished a short floristry course which I thoroughly enjoyed. I also enjoy discovering pretty tea shops, travelling, going to the gym and looking after my Nephew, Oliver.
What are your biggest fears?
I used to be terrified of bins. I know, weird right? But I have overcome that fear and now I’m just scared of heights.
Any pearls of wisdom?
‘If life gives you Lemons, make lemonade’