Arthur Printing Returns as 10K Race 4 F.I.S.H. Silver Sponsor

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The entertaining 10K Race 4 F.I.S.H. logo designed by cartoonist Dave Horton and all race materials are expertly printed by Arthur Printing–a longtime Silver Sponsor of the race.

“We believe in what F.I.S.H. of SANCAP does as an organization that cares about the needs of people. It’s truly a wonderful thing,” said Arthur Printing owner Bob Welsh, who purchased the former Island Graphics business in July 2015. “We provide the same services with the exception of wide-format printing capability, which means we can print a banner that is 60-inches wide and half a football field long.”

Welsh has owned and operated Arthur Printing in Cape Coral for more than 20 years. He’s gained a great deal of wisdom through his years in the business and continues to skillfully turn ideas into an array of full-color prints. Welsh first started doing business on Sanibel Island in the late 1990’s, so he saw an opportunity for an island address when Island Graphics became available.

“We are grateful to Bob for his support of F.I.S.H. and the race that brings hundreds of runners from near and far,” said race committee co-chair Diane Cortese.

The 10K Race, in its 11th year, is set for Saturday, Oct. 26 at Sanibel Community House,2173 Periwinkle Way, where the race begins and ends.There will be food and drinks available. Runners will receive medallions and awards for placing in the top three of their age group in a ceremony following the race.

This year’s race will feature a kid’s run for those 10 years and younger at the Sanibel Community Park. It’s free of charge, but registration is required. Registration is open at or print an entry form at Cost is $40 for those who register before Oct. 20, $45 from Oct. 21-25 and $50 on race day.

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