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Expressing your values is important, just like safety. These vinyl wall graphics are displayed in Frontier Landscape and Tree Service’s conference and training room. The design is simple but the message is very clear. Think safe and be safe. Here’s a little information about wall graphics: These vinyl wall graphics are made with an air release vinyl that adheres nicely to walls. This type of vinyl is very forgiving during installation. And easy to replace when your message changes. After the graphics are printed on our state of the art Roland full color digital printer they must out-gas for about 24 hours before we apply the protective clear laminate. This prevents bubbling and keeps the graphic looking good for a long time. Speaking of gasses…. Questions? Drop us a line at hello@SGSgraphic.com or call us at (360) 635-5556 and unless we’re up to our elbows in alligators, a live person will answer. If you leave a message we will call you back pronto.
Lobby signs mean business. Cut metal logo and metal raised letters for Cedar Mountain Advisors. Their logo was challenging because they wanted it 3D to stand off from the wall but the image has a lot of fine detail. We took a little bit of fine detail out and put it through a laser cutter. If you look closely you can see that it is a tree and the outline of mountains. The metal raised letters for this lobby sign project were also laser cut for the perfect lobby sign!
If you’re running a real estate or construction company, getting people to walk through your door is one of the biggest challenges you face. In most cases, though, the solution comes down to better advertising. By investing in quality real estate and construction signs and using them to attract more business, you can boost your leads and sales quickly. Questions? Drop us a line at hello@SGSgraphic.com or call us at (360) 635-5556 and unless we’re up to our elbows in alligators, a live person will answer. If you leave a message we will call you back pronto.
It’s a marathon, not a sprint! For the Beach Babes, they wanted some fun signs for their half marathon to mark distances and provide encouragement to participants. It would have been easy just to have plain signs with a number on them. But, the Beach Babes wanted to go the extra mile and got in touch with us. Their marker signs let people know how much more they had to go. And the custom signs displayed encouraging messages and reminded participants of the important things – like remembering to stay hydrated. The signs also doubled as a way for Beach Babes to thank partners for sponsoring the race and advertised their presence. Plus, the bright colors and different messaging meant it was something fun for runners to look for along the course. Questions? Drop us a line at hello@SGSgraphic.com or call us at (360) 635-5556 and unless we’re up to our elbows in alligators, a live person will answer. If you leave a message we will call you back pronto.
One of our favorite things at SGS is finding out what the new quarterly campaign theme is going to be for iQ Credit Union. They always bring us their amazing ideas and we have a blast bringing them to life. Then we went plaid! It was simple really, instead of “putting a bird on it” we’d just being going mad for plaid. The mighty signmakers of SGS really got to flex their vinyl skills when it came to all the wrapping. What did we wrap? Bikes! Barrows! A swag wagon! A car! The team certainly leveled up on reassembling bikes… The print was an extra challenge because the lines meant it needed a precise application or it would look crooked. But this didn’t thwart SGS and the cruisers and wheel barrows left with a flawless finish and perfectly plaid. The bikes were in various branches throughout the Vancouver area and members could enter to win them. The biggest piece in the campaign was the swag wagon. The wagon, formerly a plain delivery truck, was upgraded with the plaid print and the iQ logo. It certainly fits in the northwest and will catch eyes when its out in the community. Even better, if iQ decides the wagon needs to be changed up – the wrap can be removed and we can give it a totally new look. In going plaid, we met Woodchuck Norris. Chuck was featured on parking signs and giant A-frame signs as well. And, he’s even got his best flannel on to coordinate with the campaign. iQ even carried the plaid over to their website. The homepage featured members in red plaid to tie the whole promotion together. They took a simple idea and applied it in many different ways to make an impact. iQ shows that an impactful…