Last week’s format for the puzzler appeared to be a bit more successful, as it allowed our puzzlers to work out the locations one at a time and report back on progress. It also did not matter in which order they were solved, as it did in our ‘Marathon’, so I have kept this format running for a second week in the hope that it will attract even more comments, perhaps some who can only find one or two of the clues.
In light of the Paralympics starting next week, I have decided to make this week’s puzzler sport-related. There is also a twist, in that this week, I want you to find the names of the grounds, courses or stadiums and not the names of towns or villages, as is normally the case.
Once again this week, we have one of our ‘regulars’ missing, so I am hoping that those of you who join in will let me know by putting your answers as comments to this blog posting, as it looks like we have only 2 people taking part each week (which, I assure you, is not the case)! Continue reading
Sales Director Billy Thomson is sometimes accused of basing his fashion decisions on the teachings of Alan Partridge – a leading advocate of ‘sports casualness’.
Here however he waxes lyrical about the good old sweater! Continue reading
When it comes to all things related to Information Technology, we have a certain director of our company that is not overly proficient. To be honest, he’s the only person I know who actually believes that he has a plethora of new friends from Nigeria who want to give him lots of money, and opens emails from UPS about delivery of his order when he hasn’t ordered anything! (Admittedly, only if the attachment has an .exe extension). Continue reading
Readers of this blog will undoubtedly know that we print and embroider workwear, schoolwear and corporatewear, but might not be so aware of the vast array of leisurewear that we supply too. Continue reading
Spring is well and truly here now, as the snow indicates, so here in the North East of Scotland, we veer our attentions away from football and, once again, begin to embrace the world of Corporate Golf.
I’m afraid that I don’t know much about golf other than the simple fact that I am good at it. Continue reading
Starting on 13th April, the company will be joining up with our friends at Waves Radio in Peterhead to help you start your weekend in style by bringing you ‘Into the Weekend’ from 6 until 9 pm every Friday.
PomPrint has a long tradition of working with the radio station, having advertised with them since 2003, sponsoring both Kenny King’s “60′s on a Sunday” and Gordon Bathgate’s “Seventies Slammer” as well as working with them on charity events in the Peterhead area.
Owing to the previous levels of success by advertising with Waves, we have decided to use this medium to help advertise this blog and to try to attract more readers from the Mintlaw, Perterhead and Fraserburgh areas. We hope too, that we might get some of our followers from further afield tuning in to Waves in return.
You can stream the station by adding the following URL to your media player:
or you can visit the station’s website by clicking here.
Each week we will be focusing on advertising a variety of different topics within this blog, commencing with our special Golf Promotions on next week’s show. Make sure that you tune in next Friday and get a feel of ‘things to come‘.
More news on this to follow shortly.