Signs Express (Warwick) provides award winning vehicle graphics for charity.
A three-man team from Voith Industrial Services took part in the Four Peaks Challenge, raising over £4,000 for charity – and winning two awards at the same time. The team did fantastically well, finishing seventh out of the 18 teams.
The company was represented by managing director, Paul Nicholson, sales and business development manager, Adam Hart, and regional manager, Martin Dunne.
The Voith Industrial Services team won the “Best Dressed Vehicle Competition” for their graphics on the Ford Galaxy support vehicle. The unique livery designed and installed by Signs Express (Warwick), included humorous caricatures of the team members physically deteriorating from the start to the finish of the gruelling event.
“The event was exceptionally tough and exhausting,” said Paul Nicholson. “But we felt the arduous hours of climbing were well worth the effort for a very worthy cause. We were also delighted by the support of Signs Express who designed the livery for our vehicle.”
The Four Peaks Challenge, organised by the Wooden Spoon Society, has raised £13 million for disadvantaged children over the past 24 years – and £7 million in the past six years alone.
Based on Budbrooke Industrial Estate, Signs Express (Warwick) provides a complete design, manufacture and fitting service for all forms of signage including interior and exterior signs, vehicle graphics, window graphics, banners and exhibition products.