Press release / Club promotion means loyalty choice for Salisbury print firm owner
A challenging decision faces Allan Kerr, the owner of Baskerville Press in Salisbury and Finger Prints in Barrow In Furness, Cumbria, and his ultimate decision stands to divide his workforce… on the terraces this weekend.
A tough choice for Mr Kerr and one his employees won’t forget in a hurry: Salisbury City or Barrow AFC on 13th September?
Newly promoted to the Blue Square Premier League in the Football Conference, Salisbury will play Barrow at home this weekend, and the fixture has provided a tricky decision for Mr Kerr, who owns established printing firms in both locations.
After spending 18 months researching new machinery and recently investing £1.5m into new printing presses for the two firms, Kerr must now choose which will receive his support on Saturday.
“This season is important for both teams and with Salisbury and Barrow both doing well in forth and fifth place in the table, and staff at both companies firmly supporting their local teams, I am beginning to feel like a referee! At heart, I’m a Hamilton Accies fan but will certainly be keeping a close eye on the results this weekend. I’m sure I’ll receive numerous update text messages from both sets of supporters!” commented Mr Kerr.
The Baskerville Press was established in 1993 and specialises in commercial printing for companies in and around the local area. Print services available include graphic design, mono book printing, business stationery, large format graphic panels, posters and direct mail marketing.