Rugby firm decorates van as a tribute to the town

Claudia and Neil Terry with staff outside the business
Claudia and Neil Terry with staff outside the business
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A printing company has marked 30 years of business in the town by designing a wrap for its van featuring Rugby’s landmarks.

Neil Terry Printing, in Railway Terrace, is also refurbishing an 1888 Albion printing press which will be exhibited to school children in the area.

Owner Neil Terry said: “After 30 years in business we decided to pay a tribute to Rugby by designing a wrap for our van, featuring well-known landmarks around the town.

“Today’s need for concept and branding keeps our design department increasingly busy, creating for many varied mediums.

“Whilst maintaining in- house both digital and litho printing, photography and bindery, we are additionally refurbishing an 1888 Albion printing press. Once finished, this will be an exhibition piece, and school children from Rugby will be invited to come and see how setting and printing, off metal and wooden type, used to be done.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our loyal customers for their support over the years, and we look forward to helping existing and new customers to create exciting concepts for the future.

“Please do come and visit us at 161-163 Railway Terrace, where you will be greeted with a smile, a cup of coffee and our expertise.”

Claudia and Neil Terry are pictured above with staff, by the redecorated van.