Elections are coming up!
Great…Elections. It means the adds, signs, and fundraising. Wait that’s perfect for a sign company. Whether your election is 2009 or 2010, use 123Decal.com for the best prices and cheapest deals or Election Signage and more!
So when elections come around, there are so many things to think about. Here are the Printed materials you need:
Election Signs- Some people call them corrugated plastic, or “coroplast” or even campaign Signs. These are usually made of Corrugated Plastic that is built to withstand the elements. Make sure to pick visible, and easy on the eye colors. Be Careful with your Color Combinations also. Certain colors mean certain things, also sometime a mix of colors and be very distracting.
Bumper Stickers – Oh Yeah! Now 123Decal.com also offers removable decals and bumper stickers so they will stay on forever or peel off after the election. We print with UV Ink so they are sure to last and not fade.
Lapel Labels – What would a fundraiser be with out Lapel Labels. You need those. We offer lapel labels in all colors and shapes and sizes.
Whether it’s custom decals or other signage, I am still sure 123Decal is your spot!
Well 2012 is here. It would be nothing without all the awesome events coming. The mayan calendar ends, the presidental election and maybe The Heat will win an NBA championship that they already paid for.
Regardless, this will be a great economic year and a great year in the signage industry. With the elections alone thing about all the products that will be purchased:
Corrugated Plastic Signs,
Static Cling Decals,
Double Sided Decals
Come Find Out how to win and win with 123Decal.com visit our Election HQ HERE!
Within about another week. When you visit our site you will be able to find ample information about election products for 2009 and 2010. Within the last few election cycles we have seen a large increase in spending, which also means a large increase in spending on Printed Election Material like Bumper Stickers, Static Cling Decals, Corrugated Plastic Signs and More.
123Decal stands very tall in election products. We have supplied many congressional, city council, & state legistative races around the country! We will continue to expand the type of Products that we carry to suit the Growing need for printed election Materials; we will be featuring the basics and then some more:
Corrugated Plastic Signs –
Static Cling Decals –
Door Hangers –
When it’s up and ready to go we will make an announcement on the Blog and Twitter and FaceBook. Althought we mainly have printed static cling decals, custom decals and bumper stickers, we have also been a large supplier of Corrugated Plastic Signs.
It’s Coming Soon! 123Decal Election Products!
Tyler R Hurst
It’s been a busy Primary season for us in 2014. For Which we are very grateful. There are few industry standards that everyone should be aware of:
Standard Sizes for Campagin Signs:
18″ x 24″
24″ x 48″ Signs
4′ x 8′ or 48″ x 96″
Of course when it comes to campaigns, you have your colors for all your materials.. But when it comes to signs. You want good contrasting colors so that the signs are very clear to read. I like to used the term 35 Miles Hour Rule. Which basically makes the point that you need to be able to read the sign if driving by at 35 mph.
When it comes to designing your signs. It does matter. I have seen some terrible designs and some great designs. Let me be clear. Less is more. Simple is better when it comes to signs. Allow the sign to be readable. You want to make sure to emphasize your name and office running for. Contrast is important.
Generally most campaign signs are 4 Mm or 4 Mil Corrugated Plastic. There are also 10 Mil, which generally will cost more but will be longer lasting and durable.
So there is an eternal quesiton of do i print 1 side or 2 sides on these signs. There are some factors to consider
1 – Placement of Sign – Many times I see 4′ x 8′ foot signs 2 sided with one back in a low visibility area.
2- Cost – Generally, 2 sides signs cost more.. I do recommend this for 18″ x 24″ and make sure to place them in high visibility area for both sides. I also generally think this is great for 24″ x 48″ signs, but on most occasions I don’t recommend this for 4′ x 8′ signs unless both sides are high visibility areas.
Stakes and Mounting:
Okay. for 18″ x 24″ signs its a very simple H Stake. They are fairly inexpensive and and readily accessible for your sign supplier. (Hopefully us)
for 2′ x 4′ Signs 2 there are really 2 options 1. you can use 2 H stakes Side by side, 2. Re-bar on the Side of each sign.
When it comes to 4′ x 8′ it’s more a free for all. I have seen wooden posts, or taller rebar or Green Steel T posts.(usually found at your hardware store)
Well.. I hope this has been a helpful and cursory view of all this Campaign signs. Please check our whole line of campaign products out @ http://www.123decal.com