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1709 Records “Spins In” with New Store Opening Signage!

By | New Store Signs, Windows and Doors

These days, vinyl is a sought after commodity. From music lovers to sign makers, vinyl is valued for its durability and versatility. So, maybe we use completely different vinyl from what the record companies put out: the sentiment is still the same. 1709 Records recognizes the power of vinyl and contacted Specialty Graphics Solutions for new store opening signs for Vancouver, WA. 1709 Records? That Can’t Be enough to Open a Shop 1709 isn’t a reference to how many albums 1709 Records has. Rather, it’s their address number on Broadway Street in Vancouver. They’re the newest record store to hit the area, specializing in buying, selling, and trading vinyl albums. The new shop is owned by Miki Rodgers and her husband, who plays in a rock and roll band. When such a cool vinyl shop contacted us for window graphics for new stores opening in Vancouver, WA, we couldn’t wait to introduce them to some of our vinyl. Miki at 1709 Records contacted us about producing window graphics for their storefront window and glass entry door as well as updating a blade sign with their branding. We helped them out with this and more! What We Rocked out for 1709 Records 1709 Records’ location has a big storefront window: perfect for us to lay down some vinyl. To get the party started, we used Avery High Performance Calendared Vinyl to produce the six foot wide cut vinyl text. The print vinyl sign for the glass entry door was a little trickier. Miki wanted us to include the 1709 Records logo which features a black vinyl record. Unfortunately, dark images don’t play well on glass. Our mighty sign maker Jason collaborated with Miki to come up with an additional design element to rectify this problem: musical notes on a white band…

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