Now we’re reflecting on this year, we’ve been involved in some unique and very bespoke projects including branded dodgems, a Christmas chalet and gold podiums for the MOBO awards. We have also been working on a huge signage project all year, with Preston based marketing consultants BHA, down in Crawley.
PPS have spent the majority of 2017 working with BHA, on Cornerstones new building project in Crawley. This has certainly kept our production team busy with signs and graphics for the premises, including totem signs and built up illuminated letters. The installation of these signs is on-going until Christmas as it’s over a week of installations.
December has been packed with lots of signage jobs in particular. We’ve been working on new school signs for St Leonard’s C of E Primary School in Walton-le-Dale and an estate agent sign for Martin & Co in Preston. Ascent Business Management needed various signs for their new premises in Preston, including a tray sign, illuminated signs and internal signs and graphics for the office space. To add to signs, we’ve been busy creating graphics for one of the Ribble Steam Railway Museum’s Royal Mail carriages and producing personalised Christmas boxes and freestanding reindeers called Ralph (you may have seen on our social media).
After designing and producing the vehicle graphics for Bartle Hall Hotels new van, we are installing the vinyls today in our production studio. Before and after pictures to follow!
Looking to the New Year, we will be starting 2018 installing frosted window graphics at NB Professionals new beauty salon in Lytham St.Annes, now all the designs are signed off. There’s nothing like moving into new premises and putting your branding stamp on it!
Less about PPS production, more about pleasure…
The PPS girls had a relaxing twilight aqua thermal journey at Ribby Hall. Chatting, drinking fizz and having a great time enjoying the cold evening in warm saunas and Jacuzzis, we all loved the experience.
PPS Christmas celebrations started on Friday with the girls turning their desks into makeup stations and secret santa presents distributed. It was then time to make our way to Capri in Lytham where we stayed for a few drinks to get the night started. The team headed to Ego restaurant where we spent the rest of the night (well some of us were out until the following morning!!!). The food was delicious and drinks were flowing there were a few sore heads on Saturday to say the least! Even Ralph the Reindeer enjoyed his night out in Lytham!