Municipal Election Signs Part 1
If you are a fan of signs that can potentially sit in land fills for 50 plus years, then use corrugated plastic signs. They are made of a durable plastic that doesn’t degrade easily.
Corrugated signs also are notorious for being see-through. This causes your message to distort. Here are just a few pictures I took the other day:
DIFFERENTIATE: Corrugated signs all generally look the same.
Corrugated plastic signs are all cut the same sizes; this makes it hard to look any different than anyone else. The above two are good examples: same size, same red ink, and same transparent plastic.
It has a nice Toronto blue color, no button in the message or positioning mentioned same old, same old unfortunately.
The Good News!
- Any promotion is always better than no promotion.
- Corrugated plastic signs are printed by thousands of printers all desperate for your order, thus; you can get some pretty low prices for them.
The point of this blog is to let you know that corrugated plastic signs may not be the best. They may be one of the cheapest ways to promote your election, but not necessarily the best. Definitely, as they are not bio degradable, if I were a candidate I would look at other options since improving our city or country is the mantra, signs that don’t degrade easily wouldn’t be the best way to go.
For earth friendly, alternative types of signs to promote yourself during elections, give us a call.