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Which 3x5 sign do you like best? [17 vote(s)]

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SIGN #2
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SIGN #3
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Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa FL (813) 655-8777 wrote:

The only "improvement" I can think of for the sign is Some BBQ Sauce dripping down the EATING Letters, but wait. You guys up in North Carolina put Vinegar on your BBQ, so maybe make the letter G in EATING a sour face ?
Seriously, it is a great sign Mike biggrin



Thanks buddy!  

Yeah man, slow cook a big 'ol pork butt on a charcoal grill for about 8-10 hours, and chop it up in a Lexington style apple cider vinegar BBQ sauce.

THAT IS the DEAL!!!

 



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Roof Cleaning Branson/Springfield,Mo (417) 230 8103 wrote:

AC Lockyer wrote:

Well I dont own Mallard Systems anymore. However Im good with whatever helps awareness and moves the industry forward.

On your sign.....observe the 55 MPH rule. Otherwords can you read it at 55 MPH or in a neighborhood at 25. Watch the way the colors cancel out the words and the image. People know what a clean roof looks like! You only need 3 things on a yard sign.

1. What you did.
2. Who you are.
3. How to reach you.

Here is a pic of the last Mallard yard sign I designed.

mallard-yardsign.jpg



people might know what a clean roof looks like in Flordia ...  but here in missouri people dont even know you can get your roof cleaned...
so a picture helps..IMHO



Dave

 



-- Edited by Roof Cleaning Branson/Springfield,Mo (417) 230 8103 on Tuesday 29th of June 2010 03:28:13 PM

Ya Dave a picture cant hurt at all. I rethought that.

AC

 



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I would vote for #2.  As a marketing man I would give you the following suggestions.  First use a different font that is thicker and more easily read from a distance.  Perhaps Arial Rounded Bold.  Second they say that less is more.  Billboard studies show that you should never go over "7" in the number of photos, words, logos (Combined)  LESS IS MORE.



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