A cut above………

May 13, 2011 at 4:12 pm 1 comment

When we begin work with a new client they often ask us about press cutting services – which here at PPR we ‘very affectionately’ call Hollie!

Not only does Hollie keep the office ticking along beautifully, but a major part of her role here is to trawl through hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and websites every week to make sure that she spots any mentions of our clients – and yes we do know that there are cuttings services out there – and we use them too!

Hollie has an eagle eye and sniffs out tiny mentions as well as the big meaty pieces.  Our local newsagent likes us a lot and every day Hollie gets the papers, sticks her colourful post its on pages we need to read – and then recycles everything.  So, on-line, off-line, or any which way you like – our Hollie is the press cutting service (and she doesn’t miss much!).

This week alone Hollie has read and stickered The Grocer, delicious magazine, Stylist magazine, Daily Mail, Sunday Mail, Hotel Business, Woman & Home, BBC Good Food, Period Ideas, as well as regional papers, websites, and much, much, more besides!

The office couldn’t function without this vital work being done, but it does mean that each week we are left with a lot of papers and magazines, which we recycle of course, but we are trying to go one step further. From next week we are going to donate our magazines to the local dentist’s waiting room………….. and I’m even thinking about getting some hamsters for the office so we can make use of all the left over newspaper as well!


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Sarah Bromfield  |  June 27, 2011 at 2:16 pm

    If you ever need anywhere else to donate your mags I’m sure our guests would be most grateful!

    We have half a dozen holiday rentals in Sherborne and I try to keep them well-stocked with lots of good glossies!!!


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