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Punch is pleased to announce it has launched its Christmas catalogue of template-designed POS that can be personalised for each of its pubs.

The Christmas range, which includes new designs for 2016, has been distributed to all Punch Publicans offering colourful and engaging material to raise awareness of Christmas activity such as events and offers. Both internal and external POS from Punch is at a consistently high quality reflecting Punch’s business aim to raise the standards of their pubs across the estate.

This design service is provided for free, with Publicans only required to pay for printing and delivery. Offering outstanding value for money, the service includes designing personalised banners, menus and holders, posters and tent cards in one of eight unique and festive designs.

Jonathan Mitchell, Design and Print Manager at Punch, said: “Our Christmas POS range offers fantastic value for money for our Publicans; demonstrating how Punch is focusing on supporting and raising the standards for our operators.

“Punch’s in house team provide a free design service so all our Publicans have to budget for is the printing – making this POS an affordable and easy way to encourage footfall this Christmas. An example of offering cost-effective POS support is the Christmas bundle pack which includes all of the different types of POS (banners, menus and holders, tent cards and posters) totalling 289 pieces, for a reasonable £135.00.”

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