Yorkshire Times
Voice of the North
12:06 AM 8th November 2019

Fastsigns York Is Having A Get Together For Pudsey!

Fastsigns York is marking its first seven months in business with an official opening event in aid of BBC Children in Need. Taking place on Wednesday 13 November - at the heart of the BBC Children in Need 2019 Appeal Week - Fastsigns York owners, Sarah Bradshaw and Ian Ellis, felt it would be a super way to make their opening event even more memorable and of greater value to the wider community.

During the course of the event there will be a number of fundraising activities taking place, including the opportunity to sponsor a duck for the annual BBC Children in Need Duck Race Sweepstake – with entries
including Beaky Blinders, Chewquacka and James Pond, who could resist a dabble!

Ian Ellis, Director of Fastsigns York, commenting on the fundraising aspect of their event, said: “Organisations such as Snappy in York, Ryedale Special Families based in Malton, the Hinge Centre in Bridlington and York Mind are all projects which will benefit from our fundraising efforts. Together we can
help support and change lives.”

Being held at their superb new Design Centre in Pocklington, east of the City of York, the Fastsigns York Team will welcome invited guests from across their network of suppliers and customers, as well as colleagues from the wider Fastsigns community including Fastsigns International CEO, Catherine Monson who will be flying in from Dallas, Texas.

Sarah Bradshaw, Director of Fastsigns York, concluded: “We’ve had great support from the local business community in these early months and our event gives us the opportunity to say thank you, as well as assist
many amazing local projects. We are now looking forward to consolidating these relationships and continuing to build our success based on the high quality of our products and services, supported by our high levels of
customer service.”