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Freshwinds Charity wins Artichoke Design Competition

Artichoke Design, the creative design and printing company based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is pleased to announce that it has chosen charity Freshwinds as the winner of its birthday card design competition.

Artichoke Design, which organised the competition to celebrate its tenth anniversary in business, invited local Birmingham charities to be creative and send in their designs to win a £500 voucher for print.

Also, during last Thursday’s celebratory evening, a raffle for all April customers drew Michele White from Michele White Jewellery as the winner of a new iPad2.

“It’s humbling to see so many customers help celebrate this milestone with us. Well done Freshwinds for your great design, I hope this prize helps towards all your good work within the community “ said Richard Morris, Co-Founder of Artichoke Designs.”

The card that Freshwinds designed is very creative and the partying Artichokes really tickled us. The number of participating charities and the quality of their work far exceeded our expectations.”

Greg Robson, ICT Admin and Support Officer at Freshwinds said “We were delighted to find out we had won the Artichoke Design 10th Birthday Card competition. As a voluntary organisation the print voucher will be very useful in helping us increase awareness of Freshwinds and its services.”

Artichoke Design opened its doors in April 2001, just offering creative design solutions to local businesses. Now ten years on it has expanded its operation to include fast and cost-effective full colour printing services under the umbrella.

Dave Morris said: “We are very excited and proud to share our tenth anniversary celebration with our clients. Our success is due to their continual support and we have clients still with us today that were there in year one.”

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