If your choice in music has changed, you no longer support a political candidate, or you just want to clean up your vehicle’s exterior, you may need to remove a few bumper stickers. You may also need to remove some stickers from a used vehicle you just purchased or if you want to make room for new ones.
Although most bumper stickers are made to withstand a wide variety of harsh climate conditions, such as snow, sleet, hail, rain and extreme summer heat, you can still remove the heavy-duty adhesive with using a little elbow grease and the right products. Read More»
Participating in trade shows and attending conventions can be a great way to spread awareness for your company’s products and services. Having an effective visual marketing plan is essential when it comes to the success of a trade show or convention booth, and banner stands play a key role in any comprehensive visual marketing plan.
Here are three tips that you can use to help ensure your banner stands are as effective as possible at your next event. Read More»
Displaying a banner ad for your restaurant is great way to reach out to customers, show off menu items, and showcase new promotions. One way to help increase the effectiveness of the banner is by introducing a call to action. A call to action showcases more than just your business. It gives customers something to do, whether it’s contacting your restaurant or arriving there in person. As you plan out a professional banner, consider the following five ways that you can add a call to action and properly promote your restaurant. Read More»
When you get your RV out this spring to prepare it for use, check its awning to make sure there are no holes or tears needing repair. If you do find damage to the awning fabric, you can make them yourself and avoid having to replace the entire awning. Here are some tips for making repairs to your awning.
Fabric Patch and Glue
If your awning has a tear or a hole that is less than three feet long and no more than 1⁄4 of the awning’s length, you can patch the hole or tear with some new fabric. Read More»
One of the biggest challenges you’ll face as a small business is promoting yourself in your area. You won’t have a steady customer base unless your customers know that you’re there. On the other hand, advertising is expensive, and as a new small business, you’re working with a tight budget. Luckily, with some creativity, you can create a buzz about your business in your local area for less money than you would think. Read More»