Acorn takes the flag


Another good day at the office


Adam Jones stormed through the final race of the day to take a well deserved first independent over the line. Finishing 7th Adam is still waiting for the 2008 power unit from Seat. His current engine is about 15 hp down on the 2008 spec and on this faster circuit it shows.

Adam is now 9th in the BTCC 2008 championship. Some of the Acorn crowd were there to cheer him on.

The next round of the BTCC series is at Thruxton on the 17th and 18th of May

IAAF World Cross Country Championships

The Scottish Athletics Host the World Cross country Championships in Edinburgh in just 18 days time. Acorn Printing have been chosen to supply the 81 T shirts for the opening ceremony. 81 School children will parade through the Stadium bearing the flags of each nation.They will wear a unique t shirt each one an individual design bearing the National flag of each entrant. Acorn worked in partnership with Scottish Athletics to design and produce the t shirts. The flexibility of the Acorn team and the quick turn around and support were a major factor in Acorn being Chosen. The new Brother DTG machine played a big part in the ease and speed which Acorn were able to turn the job around.Clive Horlor comments ” using traditional methods for small or individual runs such as sublimation or traditional transfer paper would have made this job a time consuming task”. With the Brother GT-541 it became a viable job that could be produced quickly with excellent results. Look out for them at the opening event.

Chris Fountain T shirts

Having Printed the Team Fountain T shirts

We can support no other. Chris put on an amazing performance and nearly came away with the perfect score. He is so many light years ahead of the other Celebrities the fact he is in the final is no surprise. His time as a Hockey player with all the rough and tumble has given him a head start on which he is building.

Our money is on him to be first past the post in this weeks final and with the t shirts and the team behind him, he can’t fail. Good luck Chris from the team at Acorn.