"We could do dry and dull finance events to get our name talked about around town,” says Andrew Clarke, a partner with leading Shropshire accountancy firm, Morris Cook Chartered Accountants, “but given our marketing strapline is ‘not all accountants are grey’ we prefer to go for the more colourful and engaging stuff,” he smiles.
If you’re a regular shopper at Sainsbury’s or drive up and down Salop Road you’ll probably be familiar with the bold green and purple exterior of the Morris Cook building with its striking frontage.
This week it has seen a LitFest makeover as the firm proudly champions the Fourth Oswestry Festival of the Word, by plastering its support of the Festival - and its generous sponsorship that helped bring the global best-selling author of War Horse and former Children’s Laureate, Michael Morpurgo, to town - all over its large picture windows.
“The LitFest is a really great fit for us,” says Andrew. “We take great pride in the active role we play in our community and our partners and colleagues are eager participants in Oswestry’s business, sporting and cultural scene.
From a marketing perspective we are reaching the right audience through our high profile association with the LitFest. It’s proved very rewarding.”
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A quick introduction - I'm John Waine, Director of TheBestOfOswestry. Having lived in this beautiful area for around 20 years now, I have decided to stay. :)
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