Monday, April 15, 2024

Derby-based large format print, graphic and signage firm MX Display received heartfelt thanks from Derbyshire hospice

Derby-based large format print, graphic and signage firm MX Display has received a delivery of birthday cakes from staff at a Derbyshire hospice.

MX Display, which is based in Derby’s Meteor Business Park, was sent the surprise package of ice-topped muffins – after brightening up the interiors at Treetops Hospice and supporting the charity with its new branding.

Staff at MX Display, which is based on Mansfield Road, created brand-new fascia signs and window graphics and installed them at a total of 17 Treetops charity shops across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The firm donated all the signs to Treetops Hospice and members of the MX Display team installed them for free.

The massive delivery of cakes to MX Display was organised to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Treetops Hospice, which offers nursing care and emotional support to adults    with life-limiting conditions, those who’ve been bereaved, and their loved ones.

David Lister, Sales Director at MX Display, said: “We had no idea that we were going to receive the cakes from Treetops Hospice. It was a lovely surprise for staff, and we were very grateful.

“The team enjoyed the treats, and it was extremely kind to be recognised for the support we have given Treetops over the years.

“We helped with the charity’s rebrand and created new fascia signs and window graphics. We also worked to enhance the Wellbeing Space and counselling centre with murals and designs for patients to enjoy.

“This charity is close to our hearts and that is why we wanted to support the outstanding work it does in our local community.”

MX Display installed a large textured 3D mural of a tree in the hospice counselling centre. This is where clients come for bereavement and life-limiting illness counselling.

The team also created a three-metre tall bespoke illustration of silver birch trees and birds for the hospice Wellbeing Space which welcomes hundreds of patients and visitors through its doors every month.

Julie Heath, chief executive at Treetops Hospice, said: “We would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone at MX Display for their incredible generosity. They’ve helped us to rebrand all our charity shops across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and the additional design work around our site provides a warm welcome to patients and visitors.

“We are very proud of our new Treetops brand which we launched last year. At the time, we couldn’t justify the spend on big things like rebranding our shop signs. That’s when wonderful businesses like MX Display stepped in to help and we are extremely grateful for their support.”

Since the launch of MX Display in 1996, the business has specialised in the production and installation of high-quality interior branding graphics, signage and displays across the East Midlands and beyond.

It focuses on delivering high calibre print for a diverse range of clients including the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, the University of Derby, Chester Zoo, and blue-chip companies including Coca-Cola, Triumph Motorcycles and Liverpool Football Club.

David said: “We love the fact that our work at MX Display is so varied, and we are always excited to bring unique designs and ideas to life.

“We very much enjoy meeting clients and discussing our bespoke graphics and signage solutions and we thoroughly enjoy getting creative for people. Week by week, month by month, we continue to grow our client base across the UK.”

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