The use of trade show displays extends far beyond the typical 10’x10’ showroom booth. In fact, the category of trade show display can be misleading; these displays are functional for a variety of purposes, no matter the size of your business or what industry you’re in. Indoor or outdoor use (and everything in between), these displays can be used as photography backdrops, retail displays, point of purchase signage, wedding decor and backdrops and much, much more. Check out some of the alternative uses of these displays in our list below!
Anyone who has ever run a quick-service or full-service restaurant knows just how big of a factor food costs are to their ultimate success. While the industry, especially quick-service restaurants, presents unique challenges for staffing, most owners would say that controlling food costs is one of the most important keys to running a profitable restaurant. This is due to slim margins (research by the National Restaurant Association has the average profit per dollar in food service at about .05!) and the sheer percentage of costs represented by food. Read More
One of the best parts of my job is the opportunity to travel and check out signs in other places. Last week, I visited the town of Bandon, Oregon. Bandon is a small town right on the coast where the Coquille River meets the Pacific. It’s a beautiful place; the ocean, the river, the pine tree forests, the adorable little town. And… the signs are pretty cool, too. Read More