According to the U.S. Small Business Administration small businesses in the United States account for nearly half (46%) of private nonfarm GDP! Likewise, Forbes notes that where a small business is defined as being smaller than 500 employees, there are 28 million small businesses that employ 120 million people or more than 50% of the […]
They say good things take time. But with world-class technology and production, that time can now go by pretty fast. Like one-day fast. We are happy to announce that Signs.com is now offering one day production. This means that as long as you finalize your order before 5 pm EST it will ship out the […]
According to Matthew Shay, CEO of the National Retail Federation, Halloween is one of the “fastest-growing consumer holidays” in the United States. To point, the NRF estimates that 2014 Halloween spending will be an estimated 7.4 billion while other estimates put it at 11.3 billion!
Perhaps no better evidence exists of how much homecomings mean than how often these stories and videos go viral on the internet. There are an innumerable number of these videos on the web showing the surprise homecoming (often someone returning from a military deployment) to a waiting family or spouse. These videos are touching and […]
Everywhere you look you see shades of red, orange and yellow. The air is filled with scents of pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger and candy apple. Halloween decorations overflow store shelves, and football games are on everyone’s weekend plans. Fall has officially arrived.
It’s an age old question: which came first, the campaign sign or the campaign supporter? Okay, maybe not, but inquiring minds (not to mention political candidates, campaign strategists, and voters) want to know: do political yard signs really work? That is, do they convert casual sign observers into bona fide voters? In the paragraphs that […]
Today there are nearly 85,000 missionaries serving full time missions for the LDS Church. This huge increase in missionaries stemming from President Thomas S. Monson’s age requirement change in October 2012 has also led to a huge increase in farewell and homecoming/welcome home parties.
Raising money for a non-profit or institution is a commendable, yet arduous, undertaking. While the common phrase may be “it takes money to make money,” non-profits do not have the luxury of endless disposable dollars to pour into fundraising efforts.