Wrigleprint are a personalised merchandise company offering branding solutions for schools, businesses, trades, sports clubs and more. Our speciality being full colour garment printing and bespoke embroidery with over 25 years experience in the industry.
As well as bespoke garment personalisation we offer a range of branding services.
About the Owner - Scott Wrigley
Our MD has always kept himself busy in his working life combining 2 roles, 1 in the trade with over 25 years experience in print and branding and 2 being a Junior NCO in the armed forces.
Having spent time at South Nott’s College printing school achieving a distinction in his craft, he moved on to his first job as a trainee apprentice printer at one of the UK’s and Europe’s top Lithographic printers. Learning his skill at the top end of the spectrum in regards to print quality, he soon moved on to bigger things, running B2 and B3 4/5/6 colour printing presses. Being trained in all aspects of pantone colour management systems on top end equipment helped hone his eye for detail and perfection which has been carried on throughout his working career. Scott spent time working in middle management for various companies in the midlands before taking the plunge and setting up Wrigleprint Personalised Merchandise Ltd in 2014.
Serving in the Royal Armoured Corp in his early 20’s as a gunner and loader on Challenger 2 tanks gave Scott a taste of Military life. After a few years it was back to civy street and back to print. As anyone who has served in the military, you miss the comaradery, the crack with the lads and the pride of donning your beret and stable belt. It wasn’t long before a move of house and area got Scott thinking about joining a reserve unit and came across the RAF Regiment at RAF Waddington.After swearing allegiance to HM the Queen it was onto basic training where Scott earned his Mudguards and became a badged Gunner. Being in the regiment opens many doors becoming a PTL (physical training leader) and Boxercise instructor. Scott was picked to represent the Royal Air Force in going up Everest and partaking in many RAF Triathlons. Achieving the rank of a junior NCO Scott was a section commander something which he was very proud. Being at peak fitness in his early 30’s Scott decided to test himself further and went on selection for 23 SAS (R). A hard decision came in 2014 with something having to give. Scott demobbed in Oct 2014 from the Regiment to concentrate full time on the business.
Whatever your print requirements, if you have any queries at all please don't hesitate to contact the team.