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Reverse laser cut aluminum letters and logo lobby sign

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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!

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The Beach Babes Are Ready To Run With Custom Signs

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It’s a marathon, not a sprint! For the Beach Babes, they wanted some fun special event 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.

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Lobby Signs

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There’s a lot of signs to consider when a business moved into a space – there’s door lettering, A-boards, blade signs. One that shouldn’t be overlooked is the lobby sign and what it can do for your business. It can be easy to think of a lobby sign as bland and sterile but there are plenty of options and materials so your business can get noticed and make a visual statement. This is especially important if a business is located in a building that regulates exterior sign types. A lobby sign is a way to welcome people into a space and set it apart from others in the complex. It isn’t uncommon for someone to be in a rush and walking on auto pilot and then wonder if they even ended up in the place they intended. A reception signs shows care and personalization to welcome customers and clients. Not to mention, it is a small move to make a big impact and spruce up plain walls. iQ shows members what their brand is about with bright photos and their mission. For iQ Credit Union, their lobby sign is multipurpose. Their photo grid is a collage and also shows as a brand how they’re with their customers all throughout their lives. The photos of the iQ family extends beyond their employees and includes members. White letters paired with white backlight makes for a big impact. Looking for something more on the sleek and simple side? For EFFY we created backlit letters. This let their logo shine bright and added a warm and welcoming accent lighting to their space. Perhaps big and bold is more your style. Wall murals can make a big statement. At SGS HQ, we opted for photo of the Portland skyline to show off our place in…

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Let’s Wrap It Up

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Vehicle wraps are a great way to make yourself business known. It’s a pretty easy way to get eyes on your company and connect with customers. Even if you’re just parked at a busy grocery store while you run into grab dinner, that’s still putting your name out there and sticking in the back of someone’s mind. What’s a vehicle wrap? There’s three main kinds of wraps for your car that have different results because it’s all about area and application (we’ll get to that part later). Cut logos and lettering: This is the more basic and straightforward option that is great for a fleet of vehicles. You pick your color of vinyl and then our production staff places your text and logo and the design is sent to a machine that precisely cuts it into vinyl. We clear away the excess, also known as weeding, and then apply the lettering to the vehicle. Perforated vinyl: Perforated vinyl has small holes it in so visibility can be maintained when it is applied to glass. We can print on this material so there is more room for creative design compared to the cut vinyl option. This is a great way to utilize windows of a car but also create some shade and privacy as well. Printed vinyl: Need some color in your life? Printed vinyl is for you if you have dynamic graphics. We can put your logo large and bold on your vehicle. No need to worry about the elements, we laminate the graphics with a clear layer that helps protect the vinyl from sun bleaching and rain. How do I wrap my car? It’s easy. Call SGS and set up a free consultation. We’ll talk with you about what you need on your car to stand out. We’ll take…

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5 Facts About A Truck Wrap

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There’s a steady flow of trucks past my office window or through our parking lot every day.  They carry lots of hard working folks – but only a few of the trucks are really working as hard as they could for their owners. . . Make your truck do more than haul you and your gear.  Get a truck wrap and make it a moving billboard and brand ambassador! Not quite sure about this idea?  Consider these 5 important facts about a truck wrap: Fact 1:  A wrapped truck is a 24/7 billboard at work for your business.  Truck wraps are essentially billboards on wheels.  Wherever you are, your truck is advertising your company, your brand and your message.  Literally thousands of people will see your truck each month.  In fact, the Transportation Advertising Council reports vehicle advertising generates between 30,000 and 70,000 daily impressions! Fact 2:  You don’t always have to wrap 100% of your truck to send an effective message. Sure – there are super cool trucks out there that are completely covered with fantastic graphics.  When the design is right, they create an unforgettable image.  But a smart partial wrap design can make good use of the most visible areas of your truck to make a big impact, too.  Just look at this example of a simple design that really pops. Fact 3:  Truck graphics are a cost-effective marketing investment. Let’s just do the math.  Say you pay $2,500 for a truck wrap.  If it lasts for 3 years (most wrap vinyl is rated for 5+ years), your investment is really costing just $69.44 per month.  What other advertising media reaches so many people, makes such an impression and costs so little? Fact 4:  Truck wraps can be included in new purchase or lease financing. Some lenders…

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Cascade Flooring America Adds Diamond Plate Truck Graphics to Ford F550!

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Do you have company vehicles driving around town all the time delivering supplies or traveling to jobsites? Are you using your trucks to advertise your business and inspire trust in consumers? Unless you run a spy agency that succeeds based on incredible word of mouth, vehicle graphics are a must for building your brand. Cascade Flooring America realized this, so they contacted the friendly and mighty sign makers at Specialty Graphic Solutions for Ford F550 truck graphics Vancouver WA businesses would remember. Cascade Flooring America Does It All Located on Northeast Highway 99 in Vancouver, Cascade Flooring America, LLC is a family owned company that has been serving Portland, Clark County, and the surrounding areas for nearly four decades. They specialize in selling and installing countertops, Hunter Douglas window treatments, and, of course, flooring. They do work for both residential homes as well as commercial enterprises. When such a successful and valuable member of our business community came to us for diamond plate truck graphics Vancouver WA consumers would notice, we got right down to work. Cascade Flooring just got a great deal on a pre-owned Ford F550 truck. After modifying the bed to fit his requirements and adding a cargo trailer to tow materials for clients, the Commercial Division Rep wanted to add something to help brand the new truck. They Were “Floored” by What We Did To showcase that the truck was for the commercial division of the company, Cascade Flooring wanted to extend the diamond plate look from the truck bed to include the cab. This, of course, wasn’t a problem for the mighty sign makers at SGS. We began by using a diamond plate vector pattern, which included their contact information and logo. To ensure we were complementing the already existing diamond plating of the truck…

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