Custom Flags Wave "Bye Bye" to the Competition

June 16, 2012 by  Filed under: Marketing 

Have you ever seen the long black stretch limousines with the tiny fluttering flags of the VIPs who are driven inside? The flags in this case are the country flags of the land they serve. For those who want special recognition and better brand familiarity and knowledge, custom flags add uniqueness and promotion at a limited cost with the maximum result. You too can use custom flags to feel like a world class ambassador for your company, product, or service!

Where can you place custom flags? If you are one who wants to add some flash to your car, flags can be specially mounted on your vehicles. On each of the four corners of your car may be installed flags showing your company name or other information.

If this doesn’t appeal to you, try more traditional means of flag advertising. Many times custom flags grace the entrance to a new housing project, gated community, or other special place. The lawn in front of the country club will most likely display a minimum of half a dozen flags with various banner information. These are both decorative and informative. Sometimes they are advertisements (done in good taste, of course) or show the city’s or club’s logo. The club may have a banner of its own that it wants to display. These custom flags are slim and attractive, colorful and graceful. They don’t shout at their viewers, merely wave and display their information in a beauty pageant style of attraction rather than promotion.

When you use custom fabric flags and banners, be advised that there are many types. They may be created in a feather shape for a promotional look. Others are more like inverted carrot shapes with the upper end wider than its base. A straight, triangular, or oval shape is also used. Because they are elegantly defined, they can fit into small places where other advertisements simply wouldn’t fit. The elongated look of cloth banners and flags give the message of less being more, because their unspoken powerful message is truly concentrated. It is not an exaggeration to say that these advertising banners and flags are a medium of beauty, grace, and harmony, especially when they are softly billowing in the breeze.

Believe it or not, flags can be placed on motorcycles, motorbikes and even golf carts to state their message. The pirate flag is a popular novelty design, and so are the Confederate or American flags. They add a little something extra. Those who want to show that they are different – and maybe a bit better – than the rest freely take advantage of the unique advertising message and medium that flags have to offer.

Custom flags are made of a synthetic material that will withstand fading, adverse weather and very rarely tear in the wind. The material is color-fast, meaning that you can choose colors in your company or brand name’s logo and it will be recognizable for a long time to come. These fabric flags may be mounted on a flexible pole that stays firm and erect but will work with normal weather conditions and go with the wind flow. This combination, after many years of trial and error, has proven to be one of the most effective ones. These custom nylon or polyester flags are meant to be displayed outdoors and are prepared to show their true colors and message for a long time.

You can also use custom banners or flags for an indoor display. Because of their slim shape, they fill out a nook or corner area that would be hard to utilize with any other display options. These slender advertisements can be placed next to each other to create a United Nations look of colorful display, in pairs or trios in a narrow corner. Even individually, fabric banners and flags are concentrated ads – their slight framework seems to explode on the scene, drawing attention to all viewers, young and old. Almost everyone wants to know what the custom flags are all about.

Barry Brown has been in the Sign, Banner, Decal and Display Business for over 20 years. It isn’t what he thought he’d do with his life, but he says he knows too much now to do anything else!

He has been marketing these products online since 1998, and the company he was general manager of in 1998 was the first sign company to be listed on Yahoo!

Barry is a great resource for information regarding Signs, Banners, Decals, and Displays, and is also an outstanding source of information on how to shop online without getting ripped off.

He invites you to visit our website below, and call him if you have any questions regarding safely purchasing products from any site online, or regarding our company and product offerings.


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