What Special Event, Convention or Trade Show have you gone to that didn’t have brochures, invitations, ads, signs or banners? We have a fantastic design team ready and willing to create professional branding, logos and graphic materials in house. This keeps your costs lower than shopping around for the same service at an outside design company.  Our same level of excellence, attention to detail and creativity is now available to you for all of your graphic needs.
PoSH graphic support includes, but is not limited to:

  • Logos
  • T-Shirts
  • Banners/ Signs
  • Print material (Brochures, Floorplans, etc)
  • Invitations
  • Teaser marketing
  • Stickers
  • Promotional Material

Trade Show Graphics: When it comes to Trade Shows, Wayfinding and Signage are two often overlooked elements that make for a great show. Your attendees need to have as much spelled out for them as possible. This way they can keep their attention on the Exhibits. Good Signage can think for show-goers so that they can focus on the parts of the show you want them to focus on. Good Signage can also make any show look well organized, branded and Top-Notch.

Special Event Graphics: When creating that perfect Special Event, don’t forget that the getting there is half the fun. Consider teasers, email blasts and viral ways of reaching your guests even a month or two before the event. Most people schedule around appointments that were brought to their attention months before. Don’t be shuffled around another engagement because you waited to get the word out about your event! But getting the word out early takes precision and planning; something we have built our reputation on.

Special Event Extras:
Have you ever thought about providing T-Shirts, Collateral and Give-Aways for your guests? Give them something to mark the occasion with! You should also have a brand or logo to go along with your event as well. After all, we remember symbol far better than we do text. Let your guests remember your event for years to come by letting us create a simple logo to commemorate the affair.

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