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With the countdown to the Queens Diamond Jubilee officially on, England is awash with the red, white, and blue colours of the Union Jack Flag, as shopkeepers, restaurant owners, and even high street banks show their support for this auspicious 3-day event.

A time for Great Britain to shine under the spotlight of the world’s media, the Queens Jubilee Pageant will transmit across the globe to an audience of “tens of millions”, and as the London 2012 Olympics follow shortly after, the celebrations are set to last right through to autumn.

Events like these boost local businesses dramatically, and even Heathrow Airport has joined the Jubilee frenzy by adding at 540 square metre Union Jack flag adjacent to one of the runways, welcoming the estimated 780,000 passengers visiting the event in true British style.

Union Jack flags, English souvenirs, and traditional British gifts are also in demand, and so retailers across the country are not only stocking up on ‘all things British’ but also ordering Union Jack printed carrier bags to package their goods.

Appealing to both patriotic locals and foreign tourists, Union Jack carrier bags are the perfect solution for carrying everyday items such as groceries or a packed lunch, and those visiting the country will promote our nation as they are carry their souvenirs home, so for retailers it is a win-win situation.

Both paper and plastic carrier bags print exceptionally well, and as they are available in a variety of different shapes, styles, and sizes, you can design a range of unique Union Jack carrier bags to complement your products and services.

If you have not ordered your patriotic bags in time for the Jubilee, there is still plenty of time to place an order for the Olympics, and as they support the nation’s flag, the timeless design will never go out of fashion.

If you would like any more information about our Union Jack Plastic Carrier Bags or want to speak with one of our Sales team please call 01234 675101 or fill in the contact form at the top of this page.