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Where are they based? What is there full service? How long have they been established? Could they cope with your order? Are they competitive?

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Want to know more about an advertiser on our site?

Where are they based? What is there full service? How long have they been established? Could they cope with your order? Are they competitive?

All the answers will soon be right here">

 


Want to know more about an advertiser on our site?

Where are they based? What is there full service? How long have they been established? Could they cope with your order? Are they competitive?

All the answers will soon be right here">

 


Want to know more about an advertiser on our site?

Where are they based? What is there full service? How long have they been established? Could they cope with your order? Are they competitive?

All the answers will soon be right here, giving you an insight into who your really dealing with when you use a trader found on our Site. There reviews will be in rotation, and will be available to read as long as they are advertising with us.

To give you a light hearted idea of what will soon be on this page, here is a genuine review as seen through the eyes of one of our youngest helpers "Leah" age 14 and would like to be a photographic journalist.

My Review on "Charities Partnership" by Leah.

Charities Partnership started out around 15 years ago and was known as Charities and Voluntary Organisations Partnership. It was formed as a business to offer charities low cost printing and services. The company was owned by Dave Quinn. After a few years he employed my dad on a casual basis who is a really good salesman. Together with Dave working largely on the machines and my dad helping and teaching Dave on sales, it wasn't long before they were printing for large organisations like Oxfam, Youth with a Mission, 2Care and even Romanian Relief Fund. Dave and my dad Ray, wanted to see if they could start a Free Advertising Paper. The paper was called "Quinn's Column" and they printed 20,000 copies every month. It was full of advertisers and reviews, and everybody new it round our way. Eventually they had had enough of printing and my dad started a flooring company and Dave continued to work with charities and voluntary organisations. He is often taking photos at children's groups, schools and clubs. I sometimes go with him and it's great fun. But once I forgot to turn my flash on. It did not matter to much as it was quite a sunny day. He now works with about 300 organisations every year. If he gets much more busy I'll have to charge him more than my pocket money.


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