MP returns to open Recognition Express Suffolk
Stewart Green, franchise owner of Kall Kwik Bury St Edmunds, has launched a new Recognition Express franchise in Suffolk. MP David Ruffley, who opened Green’s first business in 2003 returned to cut the ribbon on this landmark location earlier this year.
Green said, upon the opening of his latest print signage and designs business: “I was delighted that Mr Ruffley agreed to pay me a second visit and open my new venture. He has always been a great supporter of local businesses and it meant a lot to me that he took the time out of his busy schedule to see how far I have progressed with Kall Kwik and to hear all about Recognition Express.”
Stewart’s Kall Kwik centre was named ‘Business of the Year’ in 2012 by the British Association for Print and Communication and he has found the Recognition Express philosophy fits in perfectly with his ambitions and current product range. “The idea just made complete sense,” added Green. “The Recognition Express product range fits perfectly alongside the graphic design and print services we provide to our customers at Kall Kwik. It now means we can offer a complete package to companies and organisations looking to promote their brand and is a natural addition to our business.”