Getting the Word Out How to Distinguish Your Business Through Modern Advertising

Written by Wall Street News on December 21st, 2016. Posted in Digital school signs, Led digital display sign, Led sign board

Gsa signs

On a daily basis, the average person is subject to hundreds — if not thousands — of advertisements all fighting for our attention. The earliest advertisement is actually dated back to June of 1836 when the French newspaper La Presse first started including paid advertisements in an effort to lower their costs, extend readership, and improve profitability. When the earliest American televisions were released around 1928 it only took around a decade before advertising would take over TV; interestingly enough the first advertisement on television was broadcasted on July 1, 1941 during a Brooklyn Dodgers/Philadelphia Phillies game for the Bulova Watch Company. With the increasing prominence of the internet in our daily lives, traditional advertising has been forced to adapt in order to stay relevant and ef

Is Your Church or Business Looking for a New Sign?

Written by Wall Street News on August 30th, 2016. Posted in Led business signs, Led sign board, Marquee signs for businesses

Signs for government

There is the joke about Lutherans. They like to sit in back of the church and the pews where they sit are not really exchangeable.
Some families, in fact, hardly know what to do if they come to church later than normal and find someone sitting in their unofficial spot. And when these Lutherans do find their seats for their Sunday morning services, they will stand, kneel or sit as directed by the red or green hymnal, but no one should try to get them to participate beyond those scripted motions.
Perhaps it is not just Lutherans that act so routinely when they come to worship services. It is actually quiet possible that the unofficial pew assignments and limited participation during a service are the norm for many denominations of church services. And perhaps that is why these sort of rather stiff