As well as delivering leaflets for many great local businesses and trades, we love to deliver those leaflets that are a little bit different, such as those for local events and classes etc.
We recently delivered leaflets for the Army's Royal Logistic's Core Open Day at Deepcut; and have just finished delivering 50,000 leaflets for Farnborough College Of Technology across local towns and villages, to promote next year's courses; and are currently delivering leaflets for Colour Wheel's local art classes (that take place at Camberley Cricket Club and St Judes Church in Englefield Green), and for Brightlight Theatre Company's latest production of "Welcome to our village, please invade carefully" at St Peter's Church Hall, Frimley.
The public are very open to receiving these more 'unusual' leaflets with a real community-feel, and- as a pleasant side-effect- we've noticed that our regular business customers often see improved response-rates when their leaflets are delivered alongside them. This interesting effect confirms our belief that the quality and subject of each leaflet directly impacts the response-rates achieved from the other leaflets which they are being delivered alongside. It is largely for this reason that we try to be as selective as possible when taking on new work, and- in contrast- is why we don't deliver for Pizza Companies for example.