We hope you enjoyed our earlier installment about our recent customer celebration. If you missed it, click on this link to see how we created surfboard invitations, colorful candy boxes and various other SWAG items. For this edition, we want to focus on the bigger marketing pieces we made.
Throughout the year, we have the opportunity to print and install vehicle wraps, ship our Booth-in-a-Box solution and prepare hundreds of pack outs for franchise organizations all over the U.S. This was our opportunity to show at least half of those solutions in action.
(Case Studies, Wide Format, MyCanvas, Outside Party Banner)
It should come as no surprise to you that our printers are capable of creating banners of EVERY shape and size. For our customer celebration, we created these banners to decorate the walls of our warehouse. One wall was filled with case studies, testimonials and logos from some of our customers. We had one banner focus on our new acquisition MyCanvas and the other display our capabilities in our large format (wide format, display graphics or whatever you may call it) department. These banners ranged from 22 ft. wide to around 23 ft. tall!
If you are looking for something a little smaller, we can most certainly do that as well. We have X-Stand and Curved Pedestal Banners that are only about 6-8 ft. tall.
(Entryway Sign and Window Panes)
These are acrylic display boards we have installed throughout our facility. If you would like to order one, they are called standoff displays. The piece that “stands off” is interchangeable and can be easily updated to fit your promotional needs. For our party, we printed these fun beach scenes but during normal business hours, these acrylic display boards show our latest products.
(Front Desk Banner, Sample Area Design, Ice Machine)
We printed several of these display graphics around the facility to match our California beach theme. The pieces you see here are printed on a material called AdvanTex which in our experience, does not pull the paint off your walls if you want to replace the signage. We also print and install vinyl lettering, just check out this project we worked with on with BYU.
Palm Tree Directional Sign
If you have been to our customer celebration event before, you will know that we always have a directional sign to help our guests navigate through the food area, find the prizes, locate the restrooms, etc. This year we printed 8 ft. palm trees on 1/2 in. thick Falconboard using our Fuji Acuity UV Flatbed Printer. We then contour cut the leaves, trunk, signs and everything else on our Colex flatbed.
Boardwalk Beach Scene
This year we decided to print a large beach scene where the food would be served. It ended up measuring 72 ft. by 8 ft. This is a much larger version of something we typically ship when a client asks for a booth. Whether its a beach scene or just more branding real estate for your convention, it’s a much better solution than the expo hall’s standard black curtain.
This entire beach scene (along with everything else you see here) was created by our very own designer, Eric Westover.
We got the most feedback from our clients regarding these free-standing structures. The wooden beams are actually 4 puzzle pieces that you simply fit together. The top of the shack can be attached with Velcro. These were printed on the Fuji Acuity UV Flatbed Printer and contour cut on our Colex.
One of my personal favorite pieces were these sandcastles. We put one up by the receptionists’s desk (decorated with brown sugar and sand buckets) and one as our guests waited in line for their food. These were printed on 1/2 in. Falconboard and assembled with square pieces of Falconboard to make the structure more 3D. This is something you have to see in person to really appreciate.
Table Coverings and Tiki Centerpieces
These two pieces were truly clever solutions. The table covering is esentially a very small banner. We printed them on 18 oz. vinyl using our Epson Wide Format Printer and then cut them square to fit the table tops. The Tiki Centerpieces were printed on 3 mil. translucent vinyl and then adhered to glass vases. We then placed an LED light inside of the glass vase to illuminate the tiki. These centerpieces were created by our very own Diana Alexander. Her team made sure the entire event went perfectly.
Some of our most creative solutions involve our team in wide format (large format or display graphics depending on what you call it). If you need vehicle graphics, banners, POP displays, office signage, yard signs, exhibition displays, or … life-size cutouts, make sure you call us. We are creative solution specialists.
Stay tuned for our final installment from our customer celebration: “How to run a successful social media campaign during your event”