When it comes to putting up information for display, you want a banner material that is durable and able to sustain a bit of damage. Banners are often going to be placed outside, used in conventions and placed in high traffic areas. This increases the potential of the banner coming in contact with external elements, ranging from the weather to someone touching or even knocking the banner over. Because of this, you want to utilize a fabric that is able to sustain this kind of interactions. While placing a banner display up for optimum visibility, you probably are not anticipating such events to unfold, but ultimately you never know what might take place, which is why you need to use a strong banner fabric that can last you. Continually replacing the banner fabric is never desirable, and ultimately you want a fabric that allows you to use it multiple times. Reprinting and bringing in new material becomes expensive, regardless of the size of your company or what kind of advertising budget you have. This is why you need to find the best banner fabric for the job, and something that is both strong, durable and attractive, all at the same time.
This blog article was written by Dan Dix, National Sales Manager-Graphics Distribution at Herculite Products, who has twenty five years of experience in sign supply distribution and banner manufacturing. Email contact firstname.lastname@example.org
More and more companies are switching to digital print fabrics for their advertising and promotional campaigns. With the new increase in fabric choices and extended widths, using fabric as a retail and exhibition medium can be both cost-effective and convenient. Just walk through any convention center, shopping mall, large retail store or outdoor exhibition area, and note the use of digitally printed fabric.