October 2015 - employee of the month

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Meet our employee of the month - Mike Trotter, from the Repro department. This month there was only one option in my eyes. Mike Trotter's efforts in the repro department have been nothing short of amazing. Supported by Keith and Andy, the way Mike has gone about getting on with the job and keeping everything going has been noted and appreciated by everyone I have spoke to. Well done Mike I really can't thank you enough. A special mention for October must also go to... John Ellis. All the members of the raft race team have mentioned the amazing help ...

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Customer Survey... the results are in

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Here at Kingfisher Print & Design, we are always striving to improve our performance. We are proud to announce that we are bucking the industry trend by consistently achieving excellent levels of Customer Care & Satisfaction.  We asked your for your honest feedback about your experiences across the board; from initial enquiries, through to after sales support. We greatly value the feedback that we have recieved and will be using your comments to help refine and develop our service. Thank you to all those who took part and we look forward to working with you all again on ...

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and the winner is...

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As a 'thank you' to everyone who took the time to give us their feedback in our recent Customer Satisfaction Survey , we entered every completed survey into a Prize Draw. Jeff Cooper from "taste buds magazine" was the lucky winner who took home £100 of High Street Shopping Vouchers. - Jeff, we look forward to seeing the pictures of how you spent them on social media :) Enjoy them. Dave. ...

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Up the Creek Without a Paddle... (well, maybe just the 4)

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The Raft Race - Sunday 4th October 2015.  On the River Dart, from Buckfastleigh to Totnes Picture the scene, 7:30 in the morning next to the River Dart, mist in the valley and the water gently passing by… The field littered with rafts of all shapes and sizes, much like the people in their wet suits.Sausages and bacon on the grill with tea and coffee to follow, must be time for the River Dart Struggle. Our raft builder was looking slightly nervous as we hadn't even tested the raft. He should think himself lucky as he wasn't the one going to be sat on it. Into the water we ...

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