Message center signs (you know, the signs with messages scrolling across a screen) are used in many ways. They have many purposes. The new Al & Jan Barker Sports Complex message center sign in Plainfield, IN., will announce public events, civic activities, and fun things to do. Churches, libraries, banks, municipalities, and businesses all use message centers. They’re used to announce calls to action, schedules, special offers, and even the local weather. Whether it’s a reading at a local library, a special on milk shakes, or a call for volunteers — message centers have proven to be an effective method of getting the word out.
Would A Message Center Be Useful For Your Business?
- Do local ordinances permit message centers and allow them to be large enough to be effective?
- Are there enough events, activities, specials, etc., to make it worthwhile?
- Is it in the budget? A message center is one of the more expensive types of signs.
- Is there a good high traffic location where it could be placed?
If you answered yes, contact TKO Signs, and we’ll be happy to give you ideas about what a message center sign could mean to you.