Say It with Signs

Emails, faxes, phone messages, meetings. With all the forms of communication these days, it sometimes feels like you’re being bombarded with information at the office. All that information overload often makes it hard to remember, react and pay attention to everything you hear and see. So what can you do when you have important information to get out there? When it’s really critical that people sit up, notice and take some action, how do you cut through the clutter?

Say It with Signs

Think about a sign! It can be the perfect way to communicate your message quickly and efficiently in the office environment. For instance, if you have an on-site event to promote, a well-designed and well-placed sign can generate interest, get the word out and spark enthusiasm for the event. Display a sign prominently and co-workers will pass it every day. Isn’t that better than an email that they’ll probably delete?

You can also use signs to reach outside your company to help the community at large. A well-designed sign can do more than just convey information. Through the use of words, color and graphics, a sign can evoke emotion and inspire people to take action and get involved.

The best part is that it's easy to create and customize your very own signs with Avery Sign Kits.

The best part is that it’s easy to create and customize your very own signs with Avery Sign Kits. You can create banners, posters, ground stakes and display boards right from your desktop. Avery Sign Kits come complete with everything you need to design, print and assemble your signs. Plus you get thousands of clip art images and over 50 predesigned templates, so it’s easy to make something great without having to start from scratch. Your sign will look professional and say exactly what you need it to say. Best of all, your sign can cut through the clutter, getting people enthused, motivated and ready to take action.

So next time you have a message to get out, do it with flair. Forget the bulletin board or pieces of paper taped to the wall and create big, bold, attention-getting signs instead.

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