Keepme’s race to print initiative returns for festive charity drive

A plain bag manufacturer has this month launched its Race to Print 200,000 Cotton Bags campaign in a bid to bring some Christmas cheer to a charitable organisation.

Keepme Bags of Greenhithe, Kent, ran a similar initiative in April and were able to donate £2,000 to The Dream Factory – an organisation that grants wishes to children and young adults with terminal illnesses or life limiting conditions.

This year, the team wanted to bring the initiative forward to enable one lucky customer to nominate a charity of their choice to receive a similar sum at this important time of year.

Keepme Bags’ charity drive to raise £2,000 from the sale of its popular Long Handled Natural Cotton Bag is now officially underway. With the run up to the festive period as busy as ever, the team see no reason why the coming weeks shouldn’t see the target reached in record time.

At just 39p per unit based on a one colour, one sided print, Keepme’s hugely discounted Long Handled Natural Cotton Bags are sure to capture the interest of customers looking to capitalise on some outstanding festive value. The 420mm (h) x 380mm (w) bags boast a great print area of 287x287mm, which is ideal for a wide range of festive themed promotional activity.

Keepme’s carousels have already started fulfilling orders and the print count is increasing daily. Whichever single customer orders the highest number of bags that help to meet the 200,000 print target will be invited to select a charity of their choice, to which the donation of £2,000 will be made on their behalf courtesy of the Keepme management.

For more information call 01322 381144 or visit www.keepmebags.com

 

 

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