UK Company Looks to Boost School Funds

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A UK company is looking to assist schools raise much needed funds through a cash back scheme on printer ink., a UK based Internet-Retailer is offering 5 percent cash back on all printer ink orders from local schools, parents and associated companies.

"Schools can spend thousands of pounds each month on laser toner cartridges and inkjet cartridges," says director Gary Flynn, "and just by logging onto our Website and placing an order we will refund each month, quarter or year, whichever is preferred, 5 per cent of the order's total to a school's Parent Teachers Association (PTA)."

"This way PTA's can potentially raise hundreds of pounds each year. And what makes this scheme even better is the fact that parents and their employers can also log on, type in the schools name and ensure their orders benefit the school too.", which set up three years ago is one of the most competitively priced companies for printer consumables and has grown rapidly to become a leading UK based supplier.

"Other companies offer free ink as an incentive but we thought we'd give a more tangible reward back to schools," continued Gary. "Most of us have children at and know only too well the difference extra funds can make to a school and so to share in our success we thought it would be good to start this initiative to give something back to our local community."

"By giving the money raised to the PTA's we know the children will be benefiting directly and the local authorities won't look to take back the money or reduce a school's monthly budget for printer ink."

Interested schools wishing to profit from the opportunity can log onto or call 0870 2405518 and register their interest. will even supply personalised mailers for pupils to give to their parents to explain the advantages of buying from them.

About is a UK based Internet-Retailer of printer consumables. Brands include HP, Lexmark, Canon and Epson as well as a full range of inkjet papers and media.


Gary Flynn

0870 2405518


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