FIRES SPECIAL: Jetmark offers $250 voucher

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Wide format industry supplier Jetmark is stepping in to help sign shops affected by the bushfires, with a free $250 voucher available to the first 100 printers that respond.

Playing our part: Craig Hornsey

The company has already made a $10,000 donation the company has already made to the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) fire charity.

Jetmark co-owner Craig Hornsey said, “Many business will struggle to get back on their feet, and will be down the pecking order in relief funding, which will naturally focus on the residential sector. Jetmark wanted to ensure we play our part in helping business owners move forward – it is a pleasure to be able to give.”

The $250 vouchers are available to both clients and non-clients who can show they have been affected by the fires which have devastated some rural communities and put the brake on much trade in the regions.

Jetmark is a family business with Craig and brothers David and Michael running the operation. It supplies media, inks, hardware, and has a trade-only printing side.

Jetmark joins a host of businesses donating to the recovery efforts, with Australia's richest man and Visy owner billionaire Anthony Pratt on Monday tweeting that the Pratt Foundation would donate $1m to the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal "in support of the brave Australians battling the fires". The Packer foundation has chipped in with $5m, while Kylie Minogue has pledged $500,000.

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