Whip-It 
We've all been in a rush and spilled something on our nice clean carpet making it not so clean! Maybe it was coffee, or red wine (ouch!). What would you use to get the stain out? Pensacola Sign has been lucky enough to work with a company that makes a cruelty-free and vegan friendly cleaning product that promises to be the next miracle cleaner: Whip-It. They use their digitally printed stand-up displays and table-skirt banners, from Pensacola Sign, for their in-store displays. These banners are sturdy and durable so they can withstand heavy usage, and being moved around multiple times. Pensacola Sign is happy to be able to work with such a clean company! Sorry, I couldn't resist.
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Bennat Homes Gets New Alumicorr Site Signs 
Bennat Homes, a land development company here in Pensacola, Florida needed to have some site signs made and contracted Pensacola Sign and Graphics, Inc. to produce them. Many site signs require a frame to prevent the sign from bending in the wind. The signs made for Bennat Homes are different from others because they were created using alumicorr, which is a material designed to maintain its shape without needing to be mounted on a permanent frame. Laminated graphics which are printed on durable material like Bennat Homes' site signs can last for as many as three to five years.
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Baptist Medical Group – Banner and Site Signs  
The Baptist Medical Group in Navarre, FL wanted to have a site sign and banner sign informing the public that walk-ins and new patients are welcome. Pensacola Sign and Graphics, Inc., tasked with creating these signs, made the site sign using corrugated plastic and the banner sign with 13oz vinyl banner material. This is a great example of how two signs can share the same message, while one is permanent and the other is temporary. The site sign was installed on a wood frame and the banner was installed on two posts that were set into the ground. The site sign serves as a permanent sign whereas the banner can easily be removed from the poles and switched out with other new banners in the future.
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