Use Store Front Sidewalks and Curb Space to Advertise Your Business
A-frames signs are self standing signage that have the A Frame name because of their triangular shape construction. This A shape gives these signs a clear advantage for easy placement in the frontage area of a business and are portable enough to take them down and set them up quickly in any location where heavy traffic and people may walk.
This free standing a-frame is constructed of durable molded plastic with easy handles for portability and can be used indoors or outdoors. This sign is strategically exceptional for high traffic areas where pedestrians are in close proximity preferable walking in a shopping mode.
Businesses with storefront walking areas can increase traffic by 30% using Sidewalk Signs to advertise specials to pedestrians.
Sidewalk Signs Are A Unique Advertising Opportunity
A shaped Framed signage make great sidewalk signs for any business that has a walkway frontage area where shoppers gather. From restaurants to boutiques, the portability of this signage enables business owners to strategically place daily promotional offers, meal specials, and other advertising that can be alternated and put away each day of the week.
The easy mobility of these framed self standing signs are light weight plastic molded hollow displays that can be weighted down by putting sand in the base. They are durable enough to withstand windy conditions and the printed area of the sign is fastened by an adhesive that prevent the message from bending or twisting in the wind. All these signs come with your printed ad on both sides ensuring that traffic approaching your business from either direction can read and process the promotional message you create.
Also Known As Sandwich Board Signs
The history of these signs go all the way back to 19th century urban city advertising. Business owners would build tie two boards together with rope so these signs could be worn by employees hired to walk the busy city streets in order to advertise a business' services, products, or special events. When these signs were not being worn, opposed to placing them in a closet or away for the day, a savvy business owner constructed a middle brace to keep the triangular shape erect and stand these signs along the sidewalk of the business to keep the message exposed to walking traffic. Because of the middle brace these signs quickly began to retain the name A-frame signs because of the signs were seen from the side, their shape was a perfect capital letter A.