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Bury St Edmunds creative agency The Finishing Post celebrates 20th anniversary

PUBLISHED: 17:07 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:07 12 October 2017

Members of the team at The Finishing Post celebrating the firm's 20th anniversary: from left, back row, Louisa Vale and Emily Rayment; front row, Brendan Barras, Alison Day, Samantha Pearce and Alex Sutton.
Picture: The Finishing Post

Members of the team at The Finishing Post celebrating the firm's 20th anniversary: from left, back row, Louisa Vale and Emily Rayment; front row, Brendan Barras, Alison Day, Samantha Pearce and Alex Sutton. Picture: The Finishing Post

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West Suffolk creative agency The Finishing Post has marked its 20th anniversary by sending birthday present cupcakes to its clients and suppliers.

One of the gifts sent by The Finishing Post as part of its 20th anniversary celebration.
Picture: The Finishing PostOne of the gifts sent by The Finishing Post as part of its 20th anniversary celebration. Picture: The Finishing Post

The Bury St Edmunds-based agency – originally launched in Newmarket, the home of horse racing, which inspired its name – is owned by Alison Day, Alex Sutton and Samantha Pearce.

Alison Day, managing director, said: “Our 20th anniversary is a fantastic milestone. Throughout the past two decades, we have enjoyed continued success. We are fortunate to work with a host of different clients, beginning with Wickes through to our most recent client, Weetabix.

She added: “This has been realised through our truly collaborative partnerships with our clients, getting involved in their business and understanding their needs. We look forward to continuing to grow, knowing that although we have achieved amazing things, the best is still yet to come.”

The Finishing Post offers creative design and marketing solutions and works in partnership with clients across a range of sectors, from food and drink to toys, agriculture to oral care. The award-winning team has more than 130 years’ creative experience and has worked with nearly 130 clients during the company’s 20-year history.

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