Our response to COVID-19

We are living through some extremely challenging times. The coronavirus outbreak has impacted our way of life in a way like we haven't seen for generations. Its cost on the health and wellbeing of our families and friends has been devastating, and its impact on our economy and businesses disastrous. Nurses, doctors, care workers, supermarket staff and many other essential workers have been working tirelessly to support our nation during this time of enormous uncertainty. Many businesses have had to close their doors and unless they were able to trade and do business from their homes the economic fallout of this crisis has been devastating to them. 

We, at Paddle Print, would like to play our part in trying to help and support local businesses in Exeter. We understand this has been an extraordinarily difficult time for everyone and therefore we would like to offer all our services at a discounted rate for the duration of this pandemic. 10% off all orders is valid across our whole website and we hope this way we enable our customers to purchase any essential print or signage for their businesses at an even more affordable rate. 

However, we understand many businesses are now thinking about the medium-term future; about what happens once the economy is allowed to reopen and how this re-opening will look like. Albeit we are entering an unknown territory, according to the most up to date predictions social distancing measures will have to remain in place until the end of this year. Therefore, we have decided to donate 1000 posters to local businesses about reinforcing the need for social distancing. These posters will be delivered to businesses in Exeter once the current "lockdown" restrictions have been lifted. Please share this with any business who you think may benefit from receiving one of our free posters. Please tell them to get in touch with us with their business name and business address and we will make sure the poster gets to them.

Whilst we know our offer is only small, we believe that now more than ever, we are all in this together. 

From all at Paddle Print