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80 customers returning

We’re always quoting what magazines and learned institutions say about our maps.  So here’s a mix of customers and the photos they’ve shared over the past month.

Emma in Snowdonia

Emma Pickering climbing the peaks in Snowdonia

One sign of a successful product is when you get repeated purchases.  Unlike other map makers, our big months are November through to February.  And as this is the second winter since we introduced our personalised maps it’s been great to see you’re coming back for more with 80 customers returning to our website to buy more.

Scott Forbes, Ultra Marathon runner takes on the cliffs

Scott Forbes, Ultra Marathon runner takes on the cliffs

When I started this business the conventional “map today gone tomorrow” businesses thought I was daft for making an ever-lasting map!  I was screwing-up my chances of getting people to buy again and again!  That’s not the only conventional wisdom that SplashMaps tears to shreds.

Lesley Bennett seems to be after all our map types, “I ordered on line having already had two Splashmaps from you.  My son loves his based on Stonehenge- he is a volunteer up there, and mine allows me to carry just ONE map, not three when hiking with my Cubs in the area.  My voucher is going to a friend in Scotland as I am not sure what she will centre on…..” She later said “I would add that they wash very easily!!”

Barbi Coulson and her dog love the South Downs Map

Barbi Coulson and her dog love the South Downs Map

Alice Griffiths just ordered  a fresh batch of personalised maps as gifts having made two orders earlier in the year, “It’s a great product, in particular for walkers the 1:25000 map is really useful and the printing standard is very good.”

Chris Rondel of the Wells School says “The maps we purchased were of the Mendip hills and have proved invaluable for two seasons of Bronze DofE expeditions.”

With 80 customers already returning this year to get more maps (mostly taking advantage of our personalised offerings) why not join them?

 

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