Advertising and marketing guru Jeremy aims to take Sure2Door to the next level after purchasing the leading MK leaflet distribution business.
Sure2Door has already cemented its reputation as one of the best leaflet distribution businesses in Milton Keynes. But new owner Jeremy Russ has set out ambitious plans to make the company the sure bet for local businesses looking to grow through direct marketing campaigns.
Jeremy, who has owned the Wingrave branch of Sure2Door for the last six years, has taken over the Milton Keynes and Bedford branches too after buying out his friend Robert Willford, who started the company.
The advertising and marketing expert has got to work straight away by relocating the business’s MK HQ to a well-placed unit just off the A5, at 91 Priory Court, Alston Drive, Bradwell Abbey.
Here at Celebrate:MK we use Sure2Door to deliver the magazine to local homes, so we went along to meet the new man in charge. He immediately won us over by serving us chocolate Hobnobs and a cup of tea, before outlining his vision for the company.
Jeremy said: “I’ve got a five year plan for Sure2Door and I’m highly motivated to make sure everything I do in that period is as good as it possibly can be.
“I’m quite lucky as I have taken on a thriving business – Shelley McGeorge and Adam Hovey in the MK office are vital, as are our delivery team.
“To anybody who knew us before, it’s business as usual. To anybody who doesn’t know us, we are a top quality leaflet delivery business able to cover Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.
“All of our delivery staff carry GPS trackers, we send delivery reports to clients so they can have complete peace of mind, and they can check on the status of their campaign via a web link 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
“We offer design, print and delivery and it’s worth discussing your requirements with us as we can offer extras too, such as putting up posters in sports centres and community halls, or delivering to schools and more.”
The motorsport and cycling enthusiast is not afraid of getting his hands dirty either. Jeremy said: “The most important thing is satisfying our clients so, although it’s not my main role, I’m happy to roll my sleeves up and get stuck in with delivering leaflets when it’s needed.
“I enjoy networking too so I’m looking forward to meeting many more business owners in Milton Keynes.”