Vinyl banners are one of the most dominant marketing mediums in the world. Large-format designs spread over stages, buildings, as backdrops, and almost anywhere else grab attention right away and leave a lasting, memorable impression
Here are four ways to use vinyl banners to boost your business:
On a stage
Music Tours, performances, festivals, and other social events invite advertising. Put your vinyl banner front and center for the big event, and you might just be in the spotlight the next day. Try contacting venue owners, event promoters or the acts themselves to see how you can get your banner in front of thousands of people.
On a building
Traffic and pedestrians high by building after building, and most don’t even take stock of their unchanging surroundings. A bright, colorful vinyl banner wrapped across the front or side of a building at a busy intersection can spruce up the scenery, turn heads, and get your ad noticed by hundreds or thousands of possible customers every day.
At athletic events
From football stadiums to golf courses, skating rinks to basketball courts, athletic events draw millions of enthusiastic customers every year. If advertising in professional venues is not within your budget, try contacting smaller colleges and high schools to inquire about advertising opportunities. Sporting events present exceptional opportunities for targeting your audience.
On an overpass
Railroad overpasses and bridges in high-traffic areas are perfect places for vinyl banners. Not many companies take advantage of these opportunities, so you can position yourself as a diamond in the bumpy and attract double the attention by being in an unexpected location.
Nothing gets bulk attention like a large-format vinyl banner, creatively placed. Make sure your banners are professionally printed by an online printing company such as MyRadical Ads, which offers white vinyl matte banners that stand up to the elements. If your banner is going to be in a windy area, or likely to encounter stormy weather; choose for vinyl mesh with hems and grommets to reduce wind resistance to increase longevity.