Manchester sign makers

Newly appointed Manchester sign makers association (MSMA) supremo Robert Kay wants to encourage more activity from his member to make sure the organisation doesn't "fade away".

He announced plans to double membership, particularly amongst younger, up and coming Manchester sign makers.

"It needs to be said that if people don't use the association it will wither on the vine" Kay said.

"I realise that people have busy lives, but they need to understand that an organisation like the Manchester sign makers association are dependent on having active members."

Having attended the recent annual MSMA Awards held at the town hall, at which the country's top apprentices were given recognition, Kay gleefully noted that the attendance was the best in the event's history.

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