A new sign for your organization can mean a lot of things. Whether you are a school increasing communication, a church gaining new members or a business increasing your sales, your new sign opens a lot of opportunities for you to increase awareness of your organization in your community. Have you ever thought about taking this opportunity one step further?
Many churches, schools and businesses that work with us take the next step and publicize their new sign with local news outlets. Take a look at just a few of the articles we have been sent recently of our signs in the news!
Stafford Public Schools in ReminderNews:
Ribbon-cutting Celebrate New Electronic Sign at Stafford Schools
The electronic sign at the entryway to the Stafford high school, middle school, elementary school, and library complex on Orcuttville Road is already doing its job. Due to inclement weather, the gathering for the ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for Monday, Oct. 7, at the sign was re-routed to the high school's library for a "virtual ribbon-cutting," and the announcement for the change of venue was clearly advertised on the sign and proved it is already increasing communication!
Delaware Valley High School in NJ.com:
Raises Forfeited by Delaware Valley High School Administrators will Buy Marquee Sign
Delaware Valley High School should get it's first electronic marquee sign in time for graduation, a $14,585 project being paid for with money six administrators gave back. During the 2010/11 school year administrators in some districts agreed to freeze their own salaries because of the recession.
Governor Livingston High School in New Providence-Berkeley Heights Patch:
PTO Gift Lights Up Governor Livingston
Governor Livingston High School boasts a new, electronic LED sign, thanks to the school PTO. The PTO spent $11,000 on the donation, which allowed the school to replace an antiquated signboard that was more than 40 years old.