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Turn Space into Sales with Signage!

As we head into the cold weather season, a whole new set of considerations for your business signage comes to mind. Once you have a great sign for your business, what’s next? So many options are available today to take your basic business signage to the next level of advertising special offers and sales, and catching people’s attention as they pass by. Spruce Up Your Outdoor Signs The harsh summer sun, storms, foot traffic, and general wear and tear may have left your current outdoor signs looking a bit tattered. Continue to make a great first impression on passers-by with…

Make Your Business Really Stand Out with Dimensional Signs, Logos & Letters

You can really make your business stand out, literally, when you add a 3D-dimensional sign! Creating a unique, custom sign for your organization that can be seen from a distance by your customers really takes your brand and style to a whole new level. You need to think like one of your customers when you own a business. Today’s customers are overwhelmed by visual distractions, so your shopfront needs to be attractive and eye catching in every way possible to capture your audience’s attention. If you want to grab attention to your door, 3D signs and dimensional letters will help…

Signs WORK! 8 Compelling Facts About Business Signs

Don't read this unless you want to increase your sales. There are a lot of studies on the efficacy of business signs, but we won’t bore your with too many details. Suffice it to say that they work! Let’s look at some hard statistics to make the point: 68% of customers believe that signage reflects the quality of a business and their product. Signs have a very powerful and unique ability to interact with your customers. They not only communicate messages, they make very strong impressions. You wouldn’t want your salespeople to come to work with a dirty face and…

7 HUGE Benefits of Truck Lettering & Vehicle Wraps

Not sure what the best way to market your business is? Tired of spending a lot of money on advertising? Looking for a way to stand out among your competitors? One of the most inexpensive, high impact answers to all these questions is – truck lettering and vehicle advertising! For a fraction of what you would spend to advertise in traditional media outlets, vehicle advertising is a great way to advertise, brand and market your business. Nothing brands your business quite like vehicle advertising. When you add vehicle lettering or an advertising wrap to your business automobile you are creating…

Welcome Scott Marchant to the Sebago Family!

We want to welcome a seasoned sign veteran to the Sebago team. Scott brings 15 years of CNC machinery, graphic design, fabrication, and painting of signs and other promotional materials. He joins us from our friends Neokraft Signs Inc., where he worked in a variety of roles so he is used to a fast-paced shop and varied projects. Scott has a degree in graphic design from UMass, and has worked in graphic design and sign production since graduating. He loves the hands-on aspect of running sign machinery, mixing paints and finishes, and determining the best application for the desired effect. He…

8 Reasons Why Signage is Important for Any Business

Just as your website is the online face of your company, your business signs represent your company in the physical world. They are usually the first interaction a potential customer has with your business, and they will make an impression. The cool thing about business signage is that you get to decide what impression they will make on people! Your business signage allows you to communicate your business name and brand, and “sell” your business in your absence. When done correctly, smart business signage is a great way to obtain new customers. Even if your business doesn’t run from a…

Meet Lauren Jensen!

Lauren joined Sebago Signworks late this winter as a graphic designer and to assist with our customer service and projects coordination. Before joining us, she worked as a freelance graphic designer, helping local small businesses with their digital advertising.  While she was completing her degree in graphic design, she worked in a children’s learning center, […]