iCatch Displays Announces Expansion Of LED Signs Sales Territory

Springfield, MO (PressExposure) February 03, 2009 -- For the past 5 years Missouri based iCatch Displays has been providing LED Signs and Displays to clients primarily in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. With an ever increasing demand for LED Signage the company has decided to expand it's operation to provide displays to all states within the continental United States.

LED Signs have no agreed upon nomenclature and go by many names. Some people call them Message Centers or Electronic Signs, Digital Signs, Scrolling Marquees or other names. No matter what you call them, these signs are taking the American retail business market by storm.

In almost any town in America where the city ordinances do not prohibit them you will find many a business with a high tech electronic sign mounted to their sign strucure that is blinking and flashing an advertising message to the passing traffic. These electronic signs are becoming increasingly popular as more and more business owners discover the benefit of owning their very own advertising medium that is conveniently located right in front of their store.

Most retail business owners pay a premium price to be in a location that is on a busy street. They are paying more money for more traffic. The traffic is worthless if the people passing by are merely passing by. They need to be pulling in for the retail business owner to make any money.

LED Signs use a series of times messages and/or images to attract the attention of motorsists and pedestrians approaching a retail business location. The increased attention from approaching motorists and pedestrians typically results in a dramatic sales increase.

About iCatch Displays

To learn more about iCatch Displays and their full line up of indoor and outdoor, color and monochrome LED Signs please visit their website or call 877-287-9180.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 03, 2009 at 1:18 pm
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