Our work for Crunch Fitness continues with this building banner for their La Cruces branch, announcing that they’re “NOW OPEN!” It’s big, it’s bold and that’s what you need when you’re opening a new branch. After all, a large building banner gives an establishment excellent visibility. With the bright colors and proper design, this outdoor sign will certainly turn heads! (And get them subscribing to the gym!) Continue reading ““NOW OPEN” Building Banner for Crunch Fitness in Las Cruces”
Entryway and pole banners are a great way to catch the eye of pedestrians and motorists from afar, whether it’s rain or shine, night or day! We fabricated and installed those types of outdoor signs for Crunch Fitness at Northridge. Aside from optimum placement to ensure maximum visibility, the custom banners are made out of heavy duty printed vinyl to ensure extreme durability against the forces of nature. A gym sign’s got to be as hardy as the bodies working out and pumping iron in the gym itself!
A big bold building banner will certainly turn heads. That’s what we fabricated and installed for Crunch Fitness in Chatsworth. The printed vinyl outdoor sign’s dimensions are five by thirty feet, and that’s quite sizable and ensures that the gym sign gets maximum visibility. The custom banner is also made out of heavy duty materials, guaranteeing maximum durability. Continue reading “Building Banner for Crunch Chatsworth”
Shalom! Temple Judea just recently held its Purim Carnival event, the finale to the Purim Palooza, and Premium Sign Solutions provided complete event signage including a set of full color printed banners, ride and vendor signs as well as sponsorship posters for the festivities! Our brightly colored custom banners displayed the names of attractions, pertinent information like the schedule of events, and the sponsors of the events – which included us! Premium Sign Solutions not only provides quality signage, but is also a part of the community and its celebrations! Continue reading “Purim Carnival Signage for Temple Judea in Tarzana”