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Experts Tune In

6 November 2014

Expert Print commit to become Bury Football Club’s Official Programme Partner for the 14/15 season...

Expert Print was set up by Barry Pearson in 2009 and now boasts the capability to carry out the majority of commercial print and finishing tasks in house. 

Barry has a wealth of experience in the print industry and takes pride in driving the business forward through innovative thinking and continued investment.

In 2013 Expert Print moved into a new, customer built 10,000 sq. ft. factory which now houses a range of the latest print machinery including the market leading Heidelberg XL75 printing press.  Expert Print continues to grow year on year through the support of its loyal customer base and the acquisition of new, lucrative accounts.

Expert Print employs over 25 people, each of which are handpicked for their knowledge and understanding of print and their commitment to providing the best possible service to our customers.

Expert Print is proud of its reputation as one of the region’s leading commercial printers.  With the support of our customers and the hard work of our staff we continue to thrive in challenging times.

Brett Stubbings (General Manager) commented that “This is a great achievement for Expert Print and shows our support to community football teams throughout the leagues whose presence is renowned around the world”. He also commented that “Without doubt we will be doing all we can to support the club in the very best way possible, and the sponsorship further re affirms our desires to grow with Bury FC and maintain a long standing and mutual beneficial partnership”.

Account Manager Daniel Bowerbank says, “This is a great deal for the club, following on from initial discussions with Expert Print, they could only see the benefit of working with a Community Football Club such as Bury FC. At the club we pride ourselves in building long working relationships with our partners involved at the football club and both parties’ ambitions to grow can only benefit from the plans in place at the club.” 

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