SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (PRWEB) December 14, 2015
Signs.com, an online signage company based in Salt Lake City, is pleased to announce that it is giving away 10,000 grand opening banners for small businesses throughout the country. The giveaway is running now through January 31, 2016.
The first 10,000 to redeem the offer receive a free custom banner, as well as free shipping. To get their free grand opening banner, all small business owners have to do is visit Signs.com’s grand opening giveaway page and customize one of its professionally-designed banner templates to meet their specific business needs.
Because Signs.com is also a small business, it understands the struggles small business owners face when launching a business and wants to help others succeed. In light of these goals, Signs.com strives to provide fast, high-quality business signage and to help others by giving back. Signs.com’s previous charitable campaigns have included giving away store hour decals for storefronts across the nation and helping small business owners in Africa with their signage needs.
“As a small business ourselves, we at Signs.com want to give back to other small businesses as much as we can,” Signs.com co-founder and COO Nelson James said. “Our motivation is to help get small businesses off the ground. We know the power of a good sign and a grand opening banner is a great way to advertise a new business. Our goal is to give away all 10,000 banners and hopefully help get some of these businesses started on their pathway to success.”
Signs.com is an online signage company dedicated to designing and printing custom signage for small and medium-sized businesses, organizations and individuals. Signs.com is the easiest and fastest way to print custom online signs for small businesses and consumers, with free professional design services and industry-leading customer service. Signs.com launched in 2012, with the backing of well-known large graphics printing company Ferrari Color, and has been establishing itself as a leader in the signage industry ever since.