Posts from October 2017

Pick the four qualifiers from the World Cup Playoffs for a chance to win a €100 voucher 

Printcom says "Hello" COYBIG 

Hi All 
 
As you know Ireland have qualified for the playoffs for a place in next year’s World Cup Final in Russia. 
 
The following teams will play each other. 
Republic of Ireland v Denmark 
Northern Ireland v Switzerland 
Croatia v Greece 
Sweden v Italy 
 
The games will be played over 2 legs, home and away between November 9th and 14th 
You are invited to enter our competition to forecast which of the 4 teams will qualify for the finals in Russia in 2018. 
Closing date for entry Wednesday November 8th 
The winner will receive a €100 voucher of your choice 
Best of Luck – COYBIG !!!! 
 
This is a name we are unlikely to forget for some time, but how come a storm is named after a person and who was Ophelia? 
 
WHY? 
In October 2013, seventeen people died throughout Europe following a storm on St Jude’s day. 
After this the Irish and UK Met offices decided to introduce a storm naming system to give a single authoritative name to storms, the first storm was called Abigail in November 2015. 
Storms that trigger a status Orange or Red weather warning will be named. 
The names were chosen by the public in Ireland and the UK and they are male and female names in alphabetical order. 
At the beginning of each year the first storm has a female name, the second a male name and so on. 
Names beginning with Q,U,X,Y and Z are not used. 
As this storm originated in the Atlantic it was named by the National Hurricane Center in America as Ophelia, the first name for a storm in Ireland 2017/2018 will be Aileen. 
 
WHO? 
Ophelia is a character in Hamlet by William Shakespeare, she is a young noblewoman from Denmark, the daughter of Polonius, and the potential wife of Prince Hamlet. 
 
Among our services are indoor and outdoor signage, designed and fitted on Corrieboard, Foamex, Dibond and PVC, if you suffered any damage to your signage during storm Ophelia contact us www.printcom.ie/services/signage/ 
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 a s a back up 

To get your 2018 A5 & A4 Diaries    Contact www.printcom.ie