PCP HAVE THE WINNING FORMULA!


By PCP-JO posted February 10th, 2011

Precision Colour Printing are revving up for this year’s Publishing Expo event in true Formula 1 style! The sales and marketing team are attending the exhibition being held at London’s Earl’s Court on 1st and 2nd March.

This year’s stand promises to be the best yet with the aid of a full size Formula 1 show car complete with cutting edge grand prix driving simulator. VIP visitors to the stand will have a chance to race around a challenging circuit competing for the fastest lap prize for that day.

With triple screens, accelerator and brake pedals ‘drivers’ will experience realistic sensations of speed and control through force feedback on the steering wheel providing a lifelike simulation. Paddle gear shifts and an integrated rumble pack all add to the reality driving thrill for exhibition visitors. A leader board on the stand will record attempts at glory with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd fastest laps winning a bottle of champagne.

Precision Colour Printing staff will be on hand throughout the exhibition promoting the firms’ printing services including special finishes, pre-press technology including Fujifilm XMF and their high standards of quality and customer service.

With over 30 years in the printing industry, our award winning company will be up against our main competitors at the exhibition which coincides with Confex, Online Advertising and a Marketing & Advertising shows in total attracting over 14,000 visitors to Earls Court.

Sales Director Mark Jones said “This year’s exhibition will be bigger and better than ever and PCP can really went into overdrive! Customers will love the Formula 1 car and it will generate a wealth of high quality leads for us to follow up on”.

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