Candidates in the elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales are calling for a state-funded mailshot to all voters http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19251766.
Mailshots don’t need to be expensive, and the managing director of print and post company Docmail, has a message for Ann Barnes, the independent candidate in Kent who is handing a letter into 10 Downing Street today, calling for a state-funded mail shot for all candidates.
Dave Broadway says, “Physical mail remains an important means of getting your message out to all voters.
“But it doesn’t have to be expensive.
“By using Docmail’s print and post service, Ann and all candidates could send out their manifesto to the electorate at a fraction of the cost of traditional mail services. We’d be happy to help all candidates get best value for money from their budgets.”
Docmail is an internet based print and mail solution which enables individuals and companies to send direct mailings without the labour intensity of physical printing, enveloping and printing. Prices start at far less than the cost of a second class stamp.
For further information, contact:
Dave Broadway, CFH Total Document Management, Tel: 01761 416311