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Taylor Bloxham Launches Its Charity ‘Spring Bonanza’

Friday, March 30, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Leading Leicestershire-based printer Taylor Bloxham has launched a ‘Spring Bonanza’ sales initiative aimed at boosting its charitable donations to cancer charities.

Taylor Bloxham and its subsidiary C&R will donate £20 for the first £1,000 of an order. The company will then donate £10 for each subsequent £1,000 of the value of the order. All orders have to be placed and delivered by 30 April 2012.

Customers can choose for the money to be donated to The Prostate Cancer Charity, Breast Cancer Care or Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres – Taylor Bloxham’s designated charity.

The company has a long tradition of donating to charities but wanted to offer extra support in the fight against cancer. Taylor Bloxham’s Marketing Director Kevin Moss said: “We are really proud to have come up with this initiative to enable us to donate money to such worthwhile causes. It is also part of our continuing commitment as a company to demonstrate our dedication to raising as much money as we can for cancer charities.”

Customers who participate in the initiative will be acknowledged on Taylor Bloxham’s fundraising pages in due course.

Taylor Bloxham’s previous charity work has included producing a unique book called ‘Memories’ for Maggie’s Cancer Centres. The limited edition book is a beautifully printed book with 175 inspirational pages containing illustrations from 144 different artists from around the world to show the excellent work Maggie’s Cancer Centres carry out. Taylor Bloxham was responsible for the print production and binding of the book.  

 

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