Thursday, June 1, 2017
They go by many names – street banners, pole signs, lamp posters, hanging fabric printed products (I’m sure there are more) – but the humble Boulevard Banner doesn’t seem to mind, so far as we can tell. No matter what you call them, it’s hard to deny that they are cropping up more and more.
It’s easy to see why they are becoming so popular. Standard Boulevard Banners can attach to any pole; the brackets sold at Celina attach to both smooth and angled pole styles. The bracket base is held to the pole by the metal straps, making installation a few seconds long.
Once the brackets are installed, the banner’s two pockets are slid over the poles that extend from the brackets and voila – personalized banners at literally any location! The latex printing on Duraprint vinyl can advertise, educate, direct, and convey literally any information you’d like to provide. Promoting local events, businesses, and festivals has never been so easy!
Each banner is printed at our in-house printing lab, which allows us to tightly control the final product and ensure that the highest quality image is printed from the base files. Once printing is completed, the banners are taken to the sewing department to incorporate the pockets used to attach the banners to the bracket poles.
Have you ever driven through a small town and wondered where they got the idea to brand their lamp poles? They aren’t that difficult to find – most towns these days have a few on their main streets. If you don’t believe us, why not take a look at the following pictures taken from Google Maps and take a guess where they might be from! We’ll post the actual locations in a June blog, so be sure to check back to see if you got them.