Quadrant2Design and Guide Dogs work together again

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Quadrant2Design and Guide Dogs have come together again to create a series of new promotional banners for the charity's My Guide scheme.

A series of 8 new banners, will be located at points around the UK, raising funds and awareness for Guide Dogs.

A series of 8 new banners, will be located at points around the UK, raising funds and awareness for Guide Dogs.

Once again, Quadrant2Design has teamed up with the national charity, Guide Dogs, to produce a series of new banners which will be used in fundraising and volunteering campaigns around the country.

The series of 40 banners, which is the latest in a long line of promotional materials produced by the Poole-based exhibition stand-specialists, are aimed at getting more volunteers to join the organisation, in a scheme called ‘My Guide’.

Guide Dogs was established in 1931, and is now the world’s largest breeder and trainer of working dogs. The ‘My Guide’ service is provided by Guide Dogs to support people who are blind, or partially sighted, get out and about, to do things they want to do. The service is reliant on volunteers from throughout the UK, and the charity is always looking for new people to help within their organisation.

High quality photos depicting volunteers helping blind, and partially sighted members of the community, who use Guide Dog’s services, are on each of the panels, which will be divided between England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

For to discover more about Guide Dogs and the ‘My Guide’ scheme, visit http://www.guidedogs.org.uk/myguide or call 0845 372 7499.

For a complimentary design consultation from Quadrant2Design, contact designteam(at)quadrant2design(dot)com.

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