Big or small, all contractors need to advertise! In this contractors guide to advertising we’ll show you why choosing to advertise with vehicle wraps is not only smart, it’s also a one-time advertising campaign that can last up to five years at a fraction of the cost compared to other advertising methods.
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Many cities on the east coast were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy with flooding and structural damage and because Sunrise Signs is located in one of the affected areas, we’ve been watching television reports intensely and helping our neighbors anyway we can.
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Tired of the same old branding campaign? If you’re in the contractor business Sunrise Signs wants to help you build a brand identity so we’ve got some construction advertising samples and ideas to get jump start your branding strategy along with must-have tips on how to deal with negative online reviews.
Vinyl vehicle lettering has been around since the horse and buggy days where business owners would paint letter advertisements on the sides of carriages. When the first motorized vehicles came along, lettering became even more popular—but the method of choice—hand-painting these ads was still the only way to advertise—but that has changed over the years!
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If you noticed a sales slump in your electrical contracting business this year—you’re not alone. First off, there is tons of competition and today’s consumers have lots of choices including reading unbiased reviews on popular online recommendation websites. Second, perhaps you need to veer off the path you’ve been taking to gain customers and develop a unique electrical contractor advertising plan.