A3 Traditional Wall Calendars
Product Code: 190516
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Minimum Order Quantity
£35.00 per full colour design
15 working days from proof approval
About this Product
Custom printed A3 Traditional Wall Calendars consisting of 12 monthly printed sheets on 170gsm art paper to face only. Each personalised calendar has a wirobound (white wires) at the head with a hanger loop.
Choose from various design themes or supply your own high-resolution images. A printed wall calendar is an ideal way to advertise your company or campaign all year round and also great for in-house branding, too. (Read our blog post for more promotional ideas for your office.)
Supplied bulk boxed with plain white board mailing envelopes. A4 size also available upon request.
Standard image themes include: Abstract, Adventure, Amazing Buildings, All At Sea, Australia, Bridges of the World, Bright Lights Big City, British Wildlife, Capital Cities, Cornwall, Cute Animals, Dinosaurs, Down on the Farm, Eastern Promise, England, Food & Drink, Glamour Girls (non explicit), Glamour Guys, Golf, Ireland, Japan, London, Natural Wonders, Out of Africa, Patterns of Life, Puppies & Kittens, Roads, Scotland, Seasons, Snow & Christmas, Space, Surfs Up, The Elements, UK Castles, UK Coastal, UK Scenics, Underwater World, USA, Wales, Waterfalls, Wonders of the World, World at Night, World of Renaissance, World Sunsets and World Wildlife.
Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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