Simply stated, Parking Permits allow approved vehicles to park in designated areas giving staff and visitors a more secure parking area. Permits are popular with schools, hospitals, residential communities, local governments, and large corporations with secure facilities.
2018 is only two months away! If you haven’t placed your calendar orders yet, don’t fret! Stouse has you covered. We offer a complete line of quality printed calendars sure to fit your customers’ needs and budget. With our quick turnaround time of approximately 5 days and speedy shipping options, you can rest easy knowing your calendars will arrive before the New Year.
Conduct an internet search for restaurants in your area and you will get back hundreds of results. Restaurants are everywhere and new ones are popping up every day. If you haven’t tapped into the restaurant industry for sales you’re missing out! Not only are restaurants plentiful in number, they offer great opportunities for repeat business.
If you read our last post, 2 Reasons for White Ink on Clear Decals, you know that white ink on clear decals adds opacity and contrast; two important elements in ensuring a readable finished product. Now that you know why you should add white ink, let’s discuss how you can incorporate it into your design.
One of our most frequently asked questions is, “Why do I need to order white ink on Clear Decals?” This is a great question and there are two main reasons for adding the additional color, to increase ink opacity and contrast.
Take a stroll down any supermarket aisle and you will notice them, jumping out from store shelves silently screaming for your attention to buy now. They are shelf talkers, and they are extremely effective at moving product.
Studies show that nearly half of all purchase decisions are made at the point of purchase. In other words, many consumers enter a store not knowing what they want and they need help making a selection. It is during this selection process where a shelf talker can make the difference between your product being purchased or passed over.
An effective shelf talker does more than just draw attention to your product. It helps to differentiate your product from the others and persuades the consumer that purchasing your product is the better choice.
So what makes a shelf talker effective? The following 5 tips will help you create an attention-grabbing shelf talker that sells.
Go to any trade show or job fair and down every aisle you will see a slew of banners. Why so many? Banners are extremely popular because of their ability to immediately convey a message to passersby. They are also cost-efficient, easy to assemble and dismantle, and extremely durable.
But in a sea of banners how do you make sure yours stands out from the crowd and reaches as many people as possible? Below are six tips to help you create standout banners.