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Celebrating 80 Years of Citizens Advice

Posted by: Poppy ‐ 2 months ago

Citizens advice backdrop

At Carrick Signs we love helping our customers make their events extra special by providing bespoke props such as head hole photo boards and custom selfie frames. This month we have had the honour of creating props inspired by Rosie the Riveter for the 80th anniversary celebration of Citizens Advice.

 

4th September 2019 marks the 80th anniversary of Citizens Advice. Citizens Advice started operating the day after the Second World War started, offering advice to those affected by the Blitz. Today, Citizens Advice offers free and impartial advice to millions of people every year. Whether you are struggling with debt, having issues in your rental property or wanting to find the best deal on your energy bills, Citizens Advice is there to help. You can get advice by calling, using their website, chatting via mobile or visiting an advisor in person at one of their branches.

 

We are delighted to have been part of Citizens Advice’s well-deserved 80th anniversary celebrations. We designed and printed props to help the Rossendale and Hyndburn branch of Citizens Advice commemorate the anniversary in style. As you can see from all the smiling faces, they went down a treat with everyone at the event!

 

Citizens Advice Selfie Frame

 

We printed the head hole photo board and the custom selfie frame for Citizens Advice on Foamex. Foamex is a resistant hard plastic material that is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, so it will survive even the rainiest of outdoor parties. We print with UV-cured inks which are slow to fade, so your Foamex props will stay looking good for thousands of photographs.

 

If you’re looking for some unique props for your next party or event, please get in touch with us and we can discuss creating something just for you.

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