Impamark has seen orders flood in from organisations around the country wanting to commemorate this auspicious occasion with personalised Jubilee merchandise. As a result we have benefited from a greater than expected income over the first half of this year with Jubilee orders alone totalling over £20,000.
Impamark has completed an extensive range of Jubilee orders for a number of local and national organisations and businesses, including HM Armed Forces over the past few months. The largest order the company has received to date was from the The Boy’s Brigade who boast the Queen as their patron. Impamark has produced a range of Jubilee items for the organisation, including pens, china mugs and engraved keyrings which all feature the Boy’s Brigade’s unique Jubilee Logo.
Special Jubilee commemorative coins have proven to be one of the company’s most popular products. Impamark has produced thousands for schools, colleges and nurseries, the Essex Fire and Rescue service as well as local councils, including Maldon, Burnham-on-Crouch, Peterborough and Mayland. These coins will be handed out to individuals involved in these organisations and are sure to be a fitting memento of the Jubilee celebrations.
Impamark has also produced a range of Union Jack merchandise, such as Union Jack lunchboxes, scarves and umbrellas, for the Essex County Council Registration Service for use in special Jubilee Citizenship ceremonies.
Nicky Crisp, Managing Director of Impamark, commented: “We have seen an enormous amount of hype surrounding the Jubilee and the Olympics, and the benefits they would bring to British businesses. Although sadly the Olympics has done no such thing, the Queens Jubilee has presented us with fantastic opportunities and it’s great to see Impamark’s services being used by so many local groups. We are delighted to be providing high quality commemorative items to organisations in our local area and we are excited to see them become part of Jubilee celebrations across Essex.”