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Photo Backdrop for The Christie

Posted by: Rachel ‐ 5 months ago

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Photo backdrops provide a great point of contact between the event host and attendee or volunteer, and as the name suggests they are a great backdrop to your official (& unofficial) photos of the event. Even though they look great printed to almost any rigid substrate, Foamex and Foamcore are usually the most popular for our clients. The photo backdrop can be as tall as 3m high. With a single piece width of up to 1.5m, if you’re looking for something wider, we can supply in multiple pieces with a joining strip, just drop us an email for a quote.

The Manchester based Cancer Charity, The Christie, regularly hold various fundraising events from running & cycling to social & ‘Raise a cuppa for The Christie’. Accompanying these events is very often the need for a photo backdrop to assist The Christie in raising awareness of the events they are holding.

Carrick Signs have been pleased to provide the photo backdrop for these events for a few years now. We offer a special charity discount to charities holding events and provide a cost-effective solution for The Christie Photo Backdrop. We print the photo backdrop on one of our HP FB550 printer with UV cured ink across 2 sheets of 8mm Correx and finished with fold out correx struts to the reverse and a joining strip to seamlessly join once in position at the fundraising event.

To find out more about The Christie charity or how to help with their fundraising please follow the link. www.christie.nhs.uk

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