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How Businesses Can Boost Sales With Sign Holders

Thursday, November 26, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Using sign holders and other physical paraphernalia for sales and marketing will never go out of style.

Nowadays, businesses big or small have become so focused on their online presence and sales that some forget to pay attention to their physical signages.

You should not neglect this aspect of your business because the right signage and point of sale materials are still helpful in boosting sales and encourage impulse buys if you do it right.

For instance, clear and colorful signage is an essential factor in determining which goods a customer will buy. This is very effective especially when it comes to food, specifically baked goods.

Research has shown that a lot of customers enter a bakery without really knowing what to buy or if they do, they are still very much open to adding more items to their bag.

Signage is a simple but effective way of making customers aware of a physical store and the goods and services that come with it. There are lots of ways to create your signs, with so many materials available. Be it wood, metal, plastic, cardboard, or neon, signage will always contribute to your sales in a big way.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

6 Places to Put Sneeze Guards in Your Office

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Installing sneeze guards and implementing distancing measures is something that should be made a top priority since the coronavirus is far from over.

Because as much as people would want to work from home to keep themselves safe from contacting COVID-19, there are companies that have to go back to the regular office set-up in order to operate more efficiently.

In return, this puts companies responsible for making sure that their employees are as safe as they can be within the workplace.

According to the American Lung Association, coughs and sneezes are the body's way to release irritants that are found in the nose and lungs. This makes people expel all kinds of germs and bugs at high-speed rates, a violent method of spreading bacteria via sprays of saliva and mucus. 

Coughs can travel as quickly as 50 mph and can expel almost 3000 droplets in just one cough. Sneezes are even faster, which can travel as fast as 100 mph and produce 100,000 droplets.

 

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

4 Best Practices for Sign Holders in Schools

Thursday, October 29, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles


Teachers, staff, and office administrators know just how many signs and posters are needed to make a school a safe, colorful, and fun place to be. Before you start putting nails and tape on the wall though, consider switching to a more sustainable and easy way to hold up your signs, like acrylic sign display.

Not only do we offer our durable sign holders at a very low price, but they are also easy to clean and manage, which is perfect for a busy and bustling environment such as a school. You will be able to keep your signs looking fresh and readable all year long!

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Using Brochure Holders to Improve Contactless Transactions

Monday, October 12, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Contactless transactions are becoming more and more popular in the United States. The key to bringing your business into the digital age is a payment station at any checkout point. This also happens to be a simple and affordable upgrade. On that note, we recommend that you use acrylic pamphlet or literature holders to make your payments more secure and for easy management.


Not only will the transaction point have increased security, but your payment processes will be more accessible and you will have extra control over the safety and hygiene of your store.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

Where to Put Sneeze Guards in Your School

Thursday, October 1, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

2020 has proven itself to be a tough year, what with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting every single system there is, education included. Classes have been suspended indefinitely in most parts of the world. Teachers and parents were forced to adjust to a new type of classroom environment.

In capable countries, schools have begun promoting the use of remote learning facilities, such as video chat applications and file-sharing services, to keep kids engaged with learning. The use of written mail continues to drive learning in parts of the world where the Internet is not available.

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11 Strategies for Outdoor Brochure Holders

Monday, September 28, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

outdoor brochure holdersSmart advertising and marketing are the keys to increasing sales. Finding and using effective promotional and marketing tools is a must to execute such plans successfully – brochures and pamphlet holders included.

Brochures, in particular, are meant to present a company’s profile, a current campaign, or a product’s features. While the graphic design, informational text, and color palette used are crucial, manners and strategies of display also play key roles in their effectiveness.

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5 Businesses That Could Benefit From Acrylic Sneeze Guards

Thursday, August 20, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

COVID-19 has definitely changed the way businesses look, with countertop acrylic sneeze guards and glass partitions becoming part of the new normal. If you want your business to operate safely, you will have to follow the guidelines and prep your store or workplace to become as COVID-proof as possible.

Implementing these changes will require immense effort and considerable funding, so it's best to truly understand how your business can benefit from installing sneeze guards and other protective equipment.

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Keeping on Trend with Safety Signage During a Pandemic

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Keeping-on-Trend-with-Safety-Signage-During-a-PandemicPutting social distancing signs and other types of safety signage in your establishment is a must if you want to conduct your business while keeping everyone safe from COVID-19.

If you are one of those businesses fortunate enough to survive the ordeal of the past few months, you will have to do everything it takes to stay open and hopefully even grow while surfing the tides of the pandemic.

Effective communication with customers is one of the challenges that businesses face during this time. Fortunately, providers of safety signage and personal protective equipment are working hard to help businesses keep up with local safety requirements.

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How Restaurant Businesses Adapt to the New Normal

Thursday, July 30, 2020 1:24:30 AM America/Los_Angeles

As stay-at-home restrictions ease in some regions across the country, restaurants are beginning to resume operations in cooperation with state and local health officials. From installing countertop acrylic sneeze guards to making sure they have adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) available, there are several new health and safety measures that restaurants will be implementing moving forward.

For many restaurants, the announcement that they would be able to re-open came quickly, which left many business owners with a short amount of time to create a safe return to work policy. 

Operating in the new normal will require a similarly brand-new strategy. Fortunately, there are many things that the food service industry can do to ensure they will be able to stay open once they’re able to re-open.

Although this is not a return to the status quo that we grew up with, it is a transition to a new normal for the future. Ensuring that restaurants communicate their new guidelines will be critical to ensuring staff and customer safety.

Here is a brief look into how restaurants are adapting to the new normal.

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How to Make Your Business Survive and Grow During the Pandemic

Thursday, July 23, 2020 7:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Nowadays, going to a store or restaurant and seeing countertop acrylic sneeze guards and alcohol dispensers everywhere is the norm. COVID-19 has changed the way we live and businesses must follow suit if they want to survive.

Smaller businesses, which are holding on to just a few months of cash flow, will have to comply with extra measures not just to hold on, but hopefully grow even in the midst of the pandemic.

Turbulent times are ahead and nobody knows how long this will last. There are no easy answers, but here are some of the practical measures that you can do to keep your business afloat, and maybe even thrive, during these hard times!

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron
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