Signs franchise Fastsigns helps canoeing for Heroes in Iraq and Afghanistan
The owner of the Fastsigns franchise outlet in Hammersmith, Paul Bentley, did not hesitate to help Ollie Pollard and Tom Booth when they asked him to print a sponsor banner and band their boat. The duo wanted the banner for their 685 mile long canoe challenge to generate £2,000 for Help for Heroes.
Bentley said that, like many others, he too was touched by the difficulties of the country’s troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. He and his team were happy that they could help Booth and Pollard in raising money for a meaningful cause.
When asked about the help that the signs franchise provided, Booth said that he and his team mates were very grateful to Fastsigns for producing event and sponsor tickets for the boat absolutely free of cost. He added that it looks extremely attractive and will definitely help to grab attention as they race across the country, and help them to achieve their target of £20 k.
Bentley created rapid and waterproof stickers for the duo’s canoe and also a splash deck for promoting the trip sponsors and the charity. The franchise is known for producing graphic products and custom signs, including interior and exterior signs, banners and posters for businesses.