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PrecisionSigns Burnsville
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We see signs everywhere so often that we tend to think of them as just the flag a business plants in the ground to tell customers where they are.  Sure, they do that- but they can also do so much more.  This recent McDonald's commercial reminds us of the power a sign can have to speak to people, deliver messages of hope, grieve, and to engage in the community. 
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Angell Aire stopped by with a brand new trailer that needed branding- we were happy to oblige!  Simple yet effective.
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William is very proud of his new directional signs for Good Shepherd church.  These suckers aren't flashy, but they're super-functional.  High performance vinyl applied to routed aluminum composite panels, mounted in custom-painted aluminum posts with NO visible hardware.  These signs are carefully matched to Pantone 2955c and laminated to endure the harshest elements Minnesota can dish out.  These signs will direct visitors around the church/school parking lot and look great doing so for many, many years to come.
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Signs On Parade!  Our pal Kirk Detlefsen asked us for a couple of 8'x4' signs to put on his trailer to tow around in parades, so we were happy to oblige.  He liked them so much he was talking about using it beyond the parade for general advertising purposes. 
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I love the smell of latex printing technology in the morning...
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Here is a another 3/4 wrap we did for Cayering Lawn, Snow & Landscaping.  It is a really nice truck and it deserved a terrific wrap job like this.  This bad boy is branded to match the rest of the Cayering fleet and will not only be a great work truck but an advertising machine that never rests. 
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Cayering Lawn, Snow and Landscaping
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We wrapped this trailer and made it look good enough to eat!  The Urban Refuge Church ( www.theurbanrefuge.com ) has this great outreach program for youth and wanted a trailer that would help them sell ice cream treats.  We worked with them and their fabulous ice cream concept to wrap a food trailer completely to make it look like an ice cream cone dripping with chocolate fudge. 

From a technical standpoint this is an incredibly challenging wrap.  The wrap material is printed in vertical panels but we wanted the cone pattern and the fudge drippings to be seamless all the way around the sides.  Through careful planning and expert installation techniques we were able to maintain that continuous look all the way around without seeing the seams in the material.  I just hope nobody tries to eat the trailer!
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Urban Refuge Ice Cream Trailer
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Look what rolled into the shop this morning- time to give it a new skin and turn it into a lean, mean marketing machine!
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PS&I owner John Swaney is interviewed by Joe White of TopSearchMarketing.tv about the spring marketing outlook, what to look for in a sign company and other topics. 
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