Once upon a time there was a Service Engineer who used his phone to record his appointments and as a reminder to issue invoices to his clients. 
• Every day he received calls from his customers and booked appointments, at the end of each week he reviewed his calls and issued invoices. 
 
• One day his phone was stolen. 
 
• Because of that he could not remember what appointments he had made for the coming days, weeks, months and who to invoice for work to date. 
 
• Because of that he lost revenue and customers. 
 
• Until finally he used a diary as a back up. 

Printcom has an extensive range of A5 & A4 diaries for 2021. We can supply them personalised with your company details, they make an excellent gift to your clients and a permanent reminder of your business to them during next year.    

Please contact us on info@printcom.ie for prices for plain and personalised versions 
All orders are received on a first come first served basis and the deadline for last orders is Friday October 30th. 
In advance of restrictions being eased and returning to work 
If you have a need for indoor and outdoor or Covid signage dealing with hygiene, safe distancing, sanitising stations, to prepare your workplace, we have a large range of signage suitable for indoor and outdoor available  
 
If you have a need for a bespoke/branded product please let us know. 
If you have any queries or enquiries please contact us on 01 848 3422, info@printcom.ie or bronwyn@printcom.ie 
 
Stay safe. 
Thanks to everyone who entered our All Ireland Football Final Competition. 
In the game Dublin scored first, the scores were level at half-time and Dublin won. 
Nobody predicted that the scores would be level at half-time. 
 
 
We had a draw from all the entries who predicted that Dublin would score first and win. 
The winner is Niamh Clarke from Stobart Air, Congratulations to Niamh. 
 
From the entries to the hurling and football competitions we have donated €100.00 to our company charity - Down Syndrome Ireland - on your behalf, thank you again. 
Our final competition this year will be around the Rugby World Cup which starts this weekend in Japan. 
 
Good Morning !! 
The replay of the All Ireland Football Final between Dublin & Kerry will now be on the 14th Sept at 6pm 
Dublin are trying to make history by winning Five All Ireland's in a row which has never been achieved before 
The closing date for enteries is 5pm on Friday 13th September 
The winner will receive a €100 one4all voucher and we will make a donation of .50cent to Down Syndrome Ireland for every entry we receive 
 
Best of Luck  
You are welcome to enter our competition by forecasting: 
 
1. Which team will score first? 
2. Who will lead at half time? 
3. Who will win? 
 
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Thanks to all who entered our All Ireland Hurling Competition 
The winner is Mairead Duignan from Keegan Quarries 
 
 
The results are: 
Who will score first ? - T.J. Reid scored for Kilkenny 
Who will lead at half time ? - Tipperary led by 1:09 - 0:11 
Who will win? - Tipperary won 3:25 - 0:20 
Next up is the All Ireland Football Final between Dublin & Kerry on Sunday 1st September when we will have a similar competition. 
 
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 
 
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 
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