Once upon a time a Service Engineer used his phone as a diary and to generate Invoices for completed jobs. 
• Every day he used the diary on the phone to record upcoming appointments, to record the hours worked and for what clients. 
 
• One day his phone was stolen 
 
• Because of that he missed appointments and lost track of the unbilled hours. 
 
• Because of that he lost clients and money 
 
• Until finally be decided to get a A5 diary and use it as a back up 

To get your 2020 A4 & A5 Diaries  Contact: www.printcom.ie  Diaries can be branded with your company logo & contact details Selling out fast   

 
Thank you to everyone who entered our competition 
The winning horse was Tiger Roll, as there was a lot of correct enteries we have done a draw this morning 
Congratulation to Christine McEntee from Harvey Norman who is the winner of our competition 
We will be in touch shortly to arrange your prize 
 
Invitation to enter the Aintree Grand National 2019 
We would like to invite everyone to take part in our Competition.  
All you have to do is choose a horse that is running in the Aintree Grand National this coming Saturday.  
All winners will be entered into a draw for a €100.00 Voucher 
 
 
Vickie Kinsella from BNR 
Well done Vickie you are the winner of our Competition and thank you all for entering 
Competition Time !! to win a meal for two in the restrauant of your choice 
The remains of one of the many St. Valentines resides in Dublin, Ireland. 
Relics of Saint Valentine can be found at the Whitefriar Street Church 
John Sprat was an Irish Carmelite that was known for both his abilities as a preacher and dedicated work with the destitute in the city of Dublin.  
While visiting Rome, his fame had apparently preceded him, and he became hot on the Jesuit circuit, giving sermons and receiving tokens of esteem from his peers. 
One of the more impressive tokens he was gifted was the remains of Saint Valentine by Pope Gregory XVI, which had recently been uncovered during grave restorations.  
Sprat brought the Reliquary containing the relics to his Whitefriar Street Church in Dublin, where they remained popular until the death of their popular procurer.  
With the death of Sprat, the relics went into storage and were not venerated until the church went through restorations in the 1950’s/1960’s.  
Both an altar and shrine were created and are now watched over by a statue depicting the saint holding a crocus (carved by Irene Broe). 
One way to grow sales in 2019 is to target individual customers with a message that is tailored to them. 
In 2018 62% of all direct mail letters were opened compared to 34% of emails. 
In the USA 50% of mails are considered spam and the desktop click to open rate is 18% (Radicti Group 2018) 
Personalised mail can yield an ROI of up to 25% (Romax 2018) 
1. Profiling your target market 
 
2. Design a marketing message that catches their attention 
 
3. Printing, Personalise and Post your message to your target market. 
 
 
To arrange a free consultation please 
contact us on 01 8483422 
 
Harcourt Property Management the owners of six shopping centres in Dublin and throughout the country wanted to promote recycling. 
We printed and installed recycling containers for each shopping centre and printed flyers for a competition. 
 
Customers are encouraged to fill out a flyer put it into a plastic container and put it into a recycling container. 
All entrants are in a draw to win a €1,000.00 for their school and a laptop for themselves. 
We congratulate Ger and team for this proactive initiative in the war on plastic waste. 
25% off all prints now until cyber Monday 26/11/18 Buy now in time for Christmas Delivery 
Use code 25Black from 20/11/2018 to cyber Monday 26/11/2018 to receive 25% off all Roisin O'Shea prints from our webshop. 
Choose your county and use code at checkout. 
A new Reception, Café Bar and Restaurant is under construction at the Carlton Hotel at Dublin airport. They wanted to design directional signage indoor and outdoor to help customers cope with the temporary alterations, they also wanted to camouflage the construction work going on in the dining room. 
Thank you to everyone who entered our Competition for the All Ireland Hurling Final, we have a winner !!! 
Limerick has won the All Ireland Hurling Final. 
The answer was Limerick, Limerick, Limerick and our winner is Tammy Quane from Park Rite. 
Congratulations Tammy from all at Printcom.  
Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings