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Category: Sign

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Signs are meant to be seen, eye-catching, and reflect your business’ personality. How you display your signs contributes a lot to how customers view your business and how well they can actually view your signs. Placing a sign in a

Design a Better Sign

Let’s set the scene: You’re in a shopping center with various food options and you’re famished from your “after holiday sale” shopping spree. Your eyes scan the stores for cuisine selection that may catch your eye as your stomach says,

Tired of Being Square?

Custom Routed Signage Start thinking outside of the box shaped signs with custom cut signage from PIP! Let us give your next promotion the strength to stand out. We have several different substrates to choose from that can be printed in full

Custom Yard and Lawn Signs

Whether its for a Garage Sale, Political Campaign, hiring or something else, nothing beats the economical coroplast yard sign.  Today’s technology makes them even more effective as we can make them inexpensively in full color! The real advantage is all

Real Estate & Builder Signage

Recently we were asked to complete a number of projects for a local builder to help promote their developments and new branding. In the space of a few weeks we helped them do the following!   3 – 8’x8′ “Coming

Sign Visibility: 5 Simple Rules for Getting Noticed

Signs are critical in our society, in a few moments their job is to get a message to an audience, sometimes at 5 feet, sometimes at 500! If you’ve seen a sign with small text, that you couldn’t even begin

Floor Graphics – In Store Advertising That Works!

Floor Graphics, are you missing out? You have seen them in grocery stores, gas stations, movie theaters and even outside on the sidewalk! If you have prospects in your business, you have a captive audience and a great opportunity to

PIP Opens Its New Digital Sign Division

$100,000 Investment in New & Green Technology PIP Introduces it’s new Sign Division, “PIP Signworks”. PIP is please to announce that we are investing $100,000 in new sign making equipment and opening our new signage division officially dubbed “PIP Signworks”