Use X Frame banners to advertise your business
August 11, 2015 · Print This Article
Using X frames, for advertising has become a very popular choice. The X Frames are also known as spider frames or non-roll ups. They are a great way of getting a message across in a manner that is sharp and attractive without causing too much of a fuss.
This inexpensive, lightweight non-retractable banner is ideal for short term or one-off promotions. Or if you want to keep using it for ongoing promotions, ensure that you use a generic template in terms of the printed text so that there are no specific dates or times. You will be glad to know that they are also very simple to set up and do not have many parts or loose items that could jeopardise setting up.
You will find X frames in a variety of sizes, but the most common ones are the smaller ones in the range which are easier to store away when not in use. However you can request any size that is suitable for you depending on their stock availability.
X frames are perfect to position in a corner of a conference room. With a sturdy, durable frame you can expect great quality and a non-breakable product if handled with care. The prints are done on durable PVC which is of high quality. This PVC prevents curling and will keep the banner like new.
If you get a professional printing firm to design and layout your X frame you can expect a top quality finish, with little to no distortion or pixilation on the poster. You will also get an X frame poster that can be used outdoors irrespective of the weather, due to its quality finish.
If you are in Kempton Park and you need an X frame banner then you must contact Minute Man Press for excellent advice.
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