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Signage 101 – Giant Check Uses

We know you’ve seen a giant check at some point in your life, whether at a charity event, public donation, or on a Publishers Clearing House giveaway. There are countless ways to utilize an oversized check, so we’ve put together a list of 10 common (and some uncommon) ways to maximize their functionality.  

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How To Successfully Market Your Summer Camp

Marketing the allure of your summer camp is fundamental in maintaining and increasing attendance. Whether you’re operating an outdoor adventure camp, a bible camp, a coding camp, or an athletic camp, finding ways to grow the number of annual attendees is critical to turning a profit and staying in business for the long run! In […]

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Fundraising Ideas for Churches

Businesses, Churches and Capital   It’s fairly obvious that while businesses chase profits and growth, churches have a totally different aim. Regardless of the denomination or creed most churches are in the business of saving souls and bettering people. Despite the huge difference in the underlying goal there is a commonality between churches and businesses […]

An Interview with the Society for Commercial Archeology

A few days ago we posted my interview with Danielle Kelly from The Neon Museum in Las Vegas. During the interview she mentioned that I must reach out to the Society for Commercial Archeology. She said if you love the older, lesser know signs and buildings of America’s roadsides and are interested in helping preserve them, those are the […]

Updated: Interview With Bryan McCormick of Vegas Vernacular

Update: 4/22/2013: While I was attending the 2013 International Sign Association’s Sign Expo in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of sitting down with Bryan over lunch to discuss the latest happenings with the Vegas Vernacular. It had been about 6 months since our first interview and I wanted to get an update on the organization, […]

The Spotlight Shines on Vegas’ Neon Museum

Born From Necessity As I sat across from Danielle Kelly, the executive director of The Neon Museum, I almost forgot that we were discussing old, beat up, and sometimes forgotten signs. In fact, I felt that we could have been talking about a recently discovered Picasso or Van Gogh original. That’s how passionate Danielle is about […]

A Little Thank You Can Go A Long Way

    Your mother always taught you to say “Thank you” when someone did something nice, and she made you write countless notes for every birthday, Christmas and graduation gift. Even though you grumbled about spending your Saturday morning writing out card after card until your hand cramped, you knew Mom was right. When someone […]

3 Considerations to Harness the Power of Design

  According to Wikipedia: Power is defined as the ability to influence the behavior of others with or without resistance. Design is a road map, complete with specifications, plans, costs and activities, or a strategic approach for someone to achieve a unique expectation.