St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) November 24, 2009 -- Municipalities, neighborhoods, towns and big cities all celebrate the holidays by decking out local streets with signs and banners. Zane Williams is traditionally one of the printing companies that supply many of the light pole banner signs wishing people a happy holiday season.
"One of the easiest ways for an area to spread the holiday cheer is by switching out standard light pole banners with festive holiday banners," said Jeff Williams, owner of the printing company Zane Williams. "Light pole banners can be customized to reflect the community and a certain message, or we have almost 100 stock banners available. Stock banners are more affordable and can be ordered in smaller quantities. So for smaller communities, or even organizations such as churches, schools, businesses or community centers, stock holiday light pole banners can brighten up a block, a park or a parking lot."
Zane Williams features BannerUp light pole banners, which are also known as avenue banners, main street banners or street pole banners. These are commonly used in shopping centers, festivals, institutions, municipalities, schools (colleges / universities) and organizations across the United States. Zane Williams has complete control over the design and development of its banners, as the company produces all light pole banners in its St. Louis facility, allowing the printer to have total control of a project, from beginning to end. Zane Williams can print designs onto vinyl banners using its silk screen process or its large format digital print capabilities.
"Because we do all of our printing in-house, when someone orders lightpole banners from Zane Williams, we oversee every single aspect of the development process. As a result, we guarantee that it will be of the highest standards and exactly what you ordered," said Jeff Williams.
Zane Williams recently expanded its light pole banner line with the addition of a new line of stock digital images. Zane Williams' state-of-the-art digital printers allow the company to print high-resolution photographic images in unlimited colors on custom banners. Any type of custom graphic can be reproduced, or Zane Williams can take one of their many stock designs and change colors or sizes to fit any needs.
"This season make everything pop with the holiday spirit. Lightpole banners are a unique and cost-effective way to celebrate the holidays and deck out a neighborhood. Plus, they can be easily stored to spread the holiday cheer for years to come," said Jeff Williams.