InThePaper Announce Exclusive Partnership with Celtic Football Club

Durham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 07, 2009 -- InThePaper, the largest UK supplier of personalised fake newspapers, have today announced an exclusive deal to supply Celtic Football Club with personalized gifts.

The deal will see InThePaper supply Celtic Football Club with personalised gifts. InThePaper's sister company, Personalised Football Gifts, already supplies Premiership clubs Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool with a range of personalised gifts, showing how InThePaper are capitalising on a niche market.

One of the most popular gift ideas is the dressing room photograph. These photos were taken at each of the clubs first team dressing rooms. The photos are of the players kits hanging in the dressing room. The customers surname is merged onto one of the shirts and ttheir signitaure into the players autographs at the foot of the photograph.This place s the customer alongside current footballing stars such as John Terry, Ryan Giggs and Cesc Fabregas - depending on which team they support of course.

"We have seen that the personalised gift market in football is largely underdeveloped with an array of unofficial, largely low-quality gifts" said Rebecca Philipson, Managing Director of the company. "Our personalised Manchester United gifts are now sold in-store at the Manchester United Megastore and we hope to develop this method of sales with Celtic. We will continue our expansion into the personalised gifts field with the leading clubs over the coming year."

For more information about InThePaper and to learn more about their personalised gifts, please call 0844 8266 644 during office hours or visit

About InThePaper

InThePaper is the number one personalised newspaper creator and distributor in the UK. Formed in February 2005 by Rebecca Philipson, InThePaper has quickly grown to become the leading company in producing imitation newspapers for the ultimate in personalized gifts. InThePaper allows you to create fake front page newspaper headlines for friends and family which are indistinguishable from the real thing. InThePaper has also been under the media spotlight, featuring on television programs including Dragons' Den, This Morning and Sky News.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 07, 2009 at 4:20 am
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