Yard Signs, Political Signs, And Political Yard Signs
For the first time in years, there appear to be fewer political signs planted in front lawns and on public right-of-ways as campaigns shift to other ways to reach voters and raise name identification of candidates. If you need a long-lasting monument or pylon sign to help visitors find you in a sea of office buildings, we’ll work with you to craft it. Or, maybe you’re looking for a temporary solution to attract new tenants or drive business to a semi-annual promotion.YARDSIGNS
It’s because yard signs don’t vote – but they do generate a ridiculous amount of complaining that must be patiently listened to. Until yard signs sprout little legs and go to the polls on Election Day, in a presidential election with universal name recognition they are just a nice little decoration.
People who plant yard signs are maybe going to make their neighbors aware that they support a particular candidate, and in theory, if they live near voters who cede their opinions to peer pressure, they could theoretically be shading the influence of a vote here or there.
These days, people who support causes are more likely to change their Facebook profile photos or retweet their candidate of choice, but perhaps the best evidence that physical yard signs still have their place comes from two different approaches to Trump campaign, both in Pennsylvania.
And since repetition of your brand and message is key to success, the more providers you have participating – and the more signs living in each community – the more likely that parents will connect your brand to quality early care and education in a local setting.