HUGE May Mayhem sale on now!

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HUGE May Mayhem sale on now!

SYDNEY, Australia - May 15, 2019

GJS' huge May Mayhem sale is on now! Take advantage of crazy discounts of up to 90% OFF more than 350 products store-wide including printers, consumables, and printable blanks. You'd be crazy to miss these savings đŸ¤ª

During the May Mayhem sale, all customers who purchase more than $25,000 (ex GST) in a single transaction will receive a brand new Dell Vostro 15-inch laptop for FREE. That's right, for FREE! So don't worry about buying a new PC to run your new printer, we'll give you one for FREE!

And don't forget that all equipment purchased up to $30,000 is eligible for the Federal Government's Instant Asset Write-off. You can read more about the Instant Asset Write-off, and watch a video explainer from our friends at Ecolease, here.

So check out the huge selection of sale items across screen printing, sign vinyl, doming, laser, textile vinyl and dye sublimation printable blanks and consumables between now and Friday 31 May or while stocks last.

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*Promotion valid for orders placed online from Wednesday May 15 2019 until midnight Friday May 31 2019 (ADST). Available only while stocks last. No further promotional discounts apply. Existing volume discount structures apply as listed.

About GJS
GJS is Australia’s premier provider of solutions and services for the textile, promotional products, custom photo gift, sign and display industries. With over 40 years’ experience, GJS supplies everything needed to start and operate a successful printing business including equipment, consumables, training and support. Headquartered in Revesby, NSW, and with additional teams located in Victoria and Queensland, GJS serves customers throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. For more information visit: gjs.co. GJS and the GJS logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GJS. Other names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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