Re-branding packages from Deans

Re-branding packages comprising a combination of awnings or canopies with cafe barriers is a feature of much of Deans work, especially with corporate clients.  Re-branding packages  can take the form of fixed or retractable systems and, where required, we are able to incorporate such items as heating or lighting into these schemes to give maximum client benefit. The Wedge canopies on this Harvester site in Ipswich have been decorated  using our unique RAGS® system of graphics application to give a stunning and distinctive feel to the site. The cafe barriers provide additional customer comfort and are a valuable source of branding which has combined with the wedge canopies to synchronise with Harvesters’ latest corporate theme. In some cases Deans overall re-branding packages may include other products, such as giant parasols, which also have the option to be fitted with heating or lighting.

With over 200 UK pubs/restaurants, Harvester is a family orientated restaurant chain providing great meals with a warm welcome. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll find a relaxed atmosphere, great menu choices combining  flavour with brilliant value. There is an  unlimited salad bar, grill choices and unlimited coffee; free Wi-fi makes this an ideal stopping off point for busy people during the working day of for someone just wanting to catch up with friends.

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk, England and is located  on the estuary of the River Orwell. The town is sixty five  miles from London and  has been continuously occupied since the Saxon period. The port of Ipswich has been important to the nation for the whole of its history. As the county town of agricultural Suffolk, industry has built up around a strong farming bias with Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies Ltd, one of the most famous agricultural manufacturers, located in the town. A claim to fame is that  the world’s first commercial motorised lawnmower was built by Ransomes in 1902. This agricultural link is preserved in the local football club’s nickname “The Tractor Boys”.