4 Things To Know About Taking Proper Care Of Your Vinyl Banner
26 January 2018
A vinyl banner is an investment that your store should be able to use again and again if you take proper care of your vinyl banner.
Use Gloves When Handling Banner
Vinyl banners are sturdy and can last a long time out, even if they are left outside. That doesn't mean though that you should be rough when handling your banner. When you handle your vinyl banner, put on gloves. Wearing gloves will prevent the transfer of oils onto your vinyl banner and will help keep it clean.
Signs ON Awnings: Why This Is A Brilliant Idea
10 September 2017
If you have ever seen store names imprinted on awnings, you might think that this is not such a great idea. What happens if the awnings are retracted? Actually, it is a brilliant idea, and one you should definitely consider for your own shop. Here are few reasons why store signs ON awnings are a really great idea.
The Sign Can Only Be Damaged by Fire or Sun
Taking an awning and imprinting it with the store information means that you will never have to worry about repairing the sign.
4 Ideas For Adding Accents Around Your Real Estate Sign To Make It Stand Out
6 July 2017
When you are a real estate agent, you may be faced with a lot of competition when selling homes in an area with lots of property for sale. Because of this, you want potential house buyers to stand up and take notice of your brand among the sea of endless signs. To make your sign stand out, use one or more of the following ideas for adding accents around it.
Drawing Customers Toward Your Newly-Opened Business
29 May 2017
If you just opened a business off of a busy highway, you are most likely excited about the prospect in making a lot of money from passersbys who come into your establishment. There are several ways you can grab additional customers if you fear those driving past will not see your establishment quickly enough since they may be moving fast. Here are a few tricks you can use to help in getting those in moving vehicles to notice your business in an attempt to increase your customer base.