Election season is just around the corner – that time of year when we cast our votes to determine everything from Congressional representatives and city mayors to county treasurer, township trustee, and members of the local school board. And, of course, 2020 is a presidential-election year, too. As a result, political messaging and promotions/marketing will […]
In this installment of our Small Business Success Series, we chat with Chad Hays, the owner and CEO of Legacy Crown Exteriors in Dallas, Texas. The company recently purchased an array of signage from Signs.com, including a custom printed pop-up tent and dozens of corrugated plastic yard signs – custom cut and rectangular in shape.
Why opt for Temporary Signs? The main idea behind temporary signage is it’s both flexible and functional. Rather than hassle with nails and screws that leave permanent, unsightly holes, temporary signs typically offer all-in-one or other simple display options, making installation and removal quick and clean. And as these materials tend to be lightweight and […]
It’s officially election season. Driving around town you’ll probably see a sign or two, or a whole lot more than one or two, for a political candidate from now until November. It seems that every election year, our yards and neighborhoods become filled with political advertising. For years this has been a popular method to […]
Home-based business owners have unique issues that other small business owners don’t face. Lacking a physical office or retail space, home based businesses have challenges in marketing, productivity and even personal and family issues. Are you thinking about starting a home based business, or hoping to grow an existing one?
Many of the signs in any community are generated by businesses or organizations. Signs that identify stores, custom sale banners, signs advertising 5k runs for charities, vinyl banners for the local health department… most are created and displayed for some kind of official use. But regular people use signage, too. Sometimes to great effect… sometimes not […]