IPM proves free lunches do exist

Adopting our best Smashie and Nicey voices, we want to tell you about some lovely people in the world of posters – they won’t want to talk about it themselves.

Poster buying specialist IPM has produced a piece of software designed to help agencies and advertisers cost the production of materials for poster campaigns. What’s charitable about that I hear you say?

Well, this handy information, contained on two free discs, is available to anyone sending a cheque for 7 to IPM – payable to Help The Aged.

This kind act of cheritee will mean that an older person will be able to go to a Christmas lunch on IPM. If any of the old folk were ever involved in advertising, Help The Aged may find it needs more than 7 for lunch.

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