Advertising Locally: How To Get Business In The Community

If you have just opened your own store in a specific area, you may want to try to get as many locals as possible to start doing business with you. Although social media is a great way to connect with consumers, you may not know what types of strategies you should use to get more local business. The good news is that there are plenty of great local advertising options that work. Read More 

5 Tips For Preventing Vandalism Of Your Sign

If you are a business owner, it can be devastating to go to your place of business in the morning or get a call in the middle of the night to learn that your storefront has been vandalized. Besides being disheartening and bad for business, vandalism can be expensive to repair, especially if it includes damage to a specialty sign such as an illuminated sign or a monument sign. Below are five tips that you can follow to prevent vandalism to your store signs. Read More 

Winter Care Tips For Your Vinyl Banners

Winter is coming, which means you want to make sure your outdoor vinyl banners are ready to withstand the weather and still grab your customers' attention. The following tips can help you keep your signage investment in good shape so you can continue to use them for multiple seasons. Tip #1: Prepare for winter wind Winter wind can quickly destroy your vinyl banners. Make sure the banners that you order are pre-equipped with ventilation slits. Read More 

4 Reasons To Use Backpack Banners At Your Next Trade Show

One awesome type of banner to invest in is a backpack banner. As the name suggests, it's a banner that is attached to a backpack that you wear. Even though you might not think that you would have much need for this type of banner, it can actually be a good option for a trade show. These are a few reasons why. 1. Stand Out At your next trade show, you'll probably see lots of banners and banner stands. Read More 

Adding Your Business Name to an Awning: Tips for Success

An awning helps to shade the entryway of your business, and it provides a bit of rain cover for your customers. However, those are not the only functions of an awning—you can also use it to hold your company's name and logo. To guide you through this process, here are several tips: 1. Consider the size of letters you need when choosing the shape of your awning. There are many different shapes of awnings, and when choosing your awning, you need to consider the shape that works the best with your building, but you also have to consider which type of awning offers the space you need for your letters. Read More