Marketing Derby selects Essential Print Services as their Star Bondholder

Marketing Derby Bondholders

Proud to be Marketing Derby Bondholders

Marketing Derby has chosen Essential Print Services as their Star Bondholder.

We’ve been featured on their e-shot, which is distributed to thousands of people and we’re even highlighted throughout their website.

“This is a real privilege for us,” commented Essential Print Services’ Owner, Yvonne Gorman. “To be put in Derby’s spotlight like this is immense and I’ve already had lots of emails and comments from people who have noticed us on Marketing Derby’s marketing collateral.”

“We were already ambassadors of Derby and so joining the Marketing Derby Bondholder scheme in April was a no brainer. Its great to give something back to the community, meet local businesses and invest in our beloved city. The Marketing Derby team are doing a fantastic job in attracting huge investment into the city and also Pride Park.”

You can read our Marketing Derby profile here.

For more information about becoming a Marketing Derby Bondholder contact:

Lindsey Hatfield
Commercial Development Manager
Marketing Derby
Tel: 01332 201860

Essential Print Services Marketing Derby Website

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