Happy New Year!

Posted on 4th January 2012

Happy new year to all our blog readers from the staff here at Willow Signs!

I'm sorry I haven't updated the blog in such a while but we've had one busy
month this December just gone. I thought I'd wrap up 2011 first.

2011 was quite a year for us, we moved location, we started up this blog and our
new e-commerce site too. So I thought I'd include a short reflection on
last year....

MAY 2011
Back in May we were lucky enough to secure our new business location
at Unit 9, Expressway business park, in Queensferry, Deeside.
It was quite a challenge! We had to move alot of sensitive (and heavy)
equipment including our very expensive CNC Pacer.

Overall an excellent move we now have lots of space to expand.

JULY 2011
Last year in July saw the start of our endevour into the social networking
scene. You can now follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Google+
We'd love to hear from you so send us a message or tweet or whatever, and
we'll tweet you back ;-)

Facebook started to pick up followers rapidly and, in september we posted
some of our most recent work for Toyota. Click here to see our gallery of
work including vehicle signwritting and vehicle wraps.

Those new hybrid Auris's look gorgeous!

Willowsigns.com went live, you can now buy anything and see everything we
do here at Willow Signs by visiting our site www.willowsigns.com

In November we had some terribly cold weather, Northern Rock
was sold at a loss, but on the bright side Willow Signs became
a Vista Systems authorised dealer. You can see more on the previous post
about what sort of products we provide in that respect, the will be
available to buy online sometime this year hopefully!

Vehicle graphics GALORE! I lost track as to how many vans we did
but you can see all of them on our vehicle gallery!

Caption: Did someone call the A-TEAM?

Which brings us to to 2012. I wish all our customers a happy new year
and hopefully 2012 will be a profitable new year for everyone.

Jamie Bunnell

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