July 4th Sale on Banners! 2′ x 4′ = $54 2′ x 6′ = $62 2′ x 8′ = $86 As always, no extra or hidden fees or charges (just sales tax), and full design is always included. Offer valid through July 31st. There are lots of ways to reach us: Call us at 727-494-7574…

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Our best wishes for a very Happy, Safe, and Prosperous New Year to you and yours! We’re pleased to announce TWO very exciting promotions going on for the entire month of January! It’s our $50 – $50 promotion! Promo 1: Save $50 on 1,000 business card magnets!  (Only $223 instead of our regular price of $273 … that’s…

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Announcing: Our new location! Although we enjoyed having our store at the USA Flea Market, as you may know, it was suddenly closed down last month for code violations. We quickly searched for a new place, and are pleased to announce that we are up and running at our new location! You may find us…

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Trying to select a business name (or even a social media identity) can be tricky.  You can totally change people’s perceptions of you and your business without even meaning to. Take band names.  I’ve been a professional musician in addition to a sign man most of my life.  My first band we called Feedback.  We…

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I have nothing against VistaPrint in theory.  I’m sure they are a fine company, and they seem to be very successful.  And really, I’m not picking on VistaPrint in particular, there are a number of online sources that this could apply to. My issue with using any online service like VistaPrint is simply this:  People…

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Image credit: http://www.fellers.com | Fellers is one of the largest wrap and vinyl distributors in America. Signs have been around for centuries, and vehicle signs have been around as long as vehicles. But the idea of taking a vehicle and completely wrapping every inch of it in vinyl is a fairly recent phenomenon. I’ll be…

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Image credit: http://www.subtraction.com/2014/11/06/when-typography-is-suspenseful/ In 1980, when I graduated from high school, the sign business was a lot different than it is today. Signs were mainly hand-painted, or air-brushed.  Sho-card brushes, daggers for pin-striping, Sign Painter’s One-Shot, lacquer thinner, turpentine, silk-screens … those were the tools of the trade.  (That’s not me in the picture, but I…

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