Back to Business Signs
Signs Now Thunder Bay provides Back to Business Signs to Thunder Bay & Northwestern Ontario from Red Lake to White River and surrounding areas.
Prepare Your Business for Post-Lockdown with Back to Business Signage
As the coronavirus healthcare crisis subsides and economies begin to reopen, all businesses will need to change the way they market to clients, staff and visitors. Updated signs and graphics should be integral part of your communication strategy, and developing these as early as possible will help you avoid scrambling as your local economy re-opens for business.
Don't let your grand re-opening go unnoticed. Use large exterior banners and feather flags to make a bold announcement from the roadside. To extend your announcement even further, place yard signs throughout the nearby neighborhood.
Retail locations with heavy foot traffic may benefit from switching out their window graphics to clarify new opening hours and any restrictions still in place. Vehicle graphics will also allow you to bring your promotions on the road, with the ability to drive your message to any location.
Even after the COVID-19 crisis is over, businesses will need to practice much stricter sanitation practices than in the past. Germ prevention signage promoting hand washing and other best practices will be a ubiquitous site in many buildings. Acrylic safety screens will act as barriers to coughing, sneezing and other airborne hazards, further reducing risk of contamination.
Above are just a few of the many signage options we can help you with as you navigate this new world. Many of our Signs Now locations are currently open and serving customers by phone and email, and some can arrange pick-up or delivery. Some are even giving out signs to their community for free. Please reach out to your local Signs Now to find out how they can help.
It may seem daunting but we will get through this crisis - together.
Signs Now Thunder Bay can also assist during the COVID-19 crisis with these other solutions:
For more information about how you can plan, prepare, and respond, visit the CDC's website. Looking for artwork you can print from your office? The CDC has a library of posters and handouts available for download.
Call Signs Now Thunder Bay at (807) 343-2622 for more information.