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Outdoor Plastic Sign

Palm Desert, CA

Outdoor Plastic Signs are the affordable option for all of your temporary event directory and informational signage.

When hosting an outdoor event such as a music festival, company picnic, or charity concert, there is no better option for affordable event signage than custom outdoor plastic signage from Signs By Tomorrow of Palm Desert. Our wide variety of plastic materials like those listed below allows our clients to effectively direct event traffic while still maintaining an exterior brand strategy.

Corrugated Plastic

Corrugated plastic, or coroplast, is a ridged plastic material that is typically used for exterior yard signs. Because of its ridges, aluminum step stands are easily inserted into the sign as an affordable self-standing promotion for events, real estate and service promotions. Coroplast is lightweight and affordable for all businesses, large and small, to transport between sites.

Polystyrene

Polystyrene is a thin, flexible, smooth plastic material that is extremely lightweight.  Polystyrene is the optimal material for wall mounted directories, maps and sponsor signs.

Please keep in mind that although plastic materials are an excellent option for temporary outdoor event and sponsor signage, this is not the recommended material for long term outdoor signage. 

Please refer to our custom metal sign section to learn more about permanent office and building identification signage

To see more visit our Inspiration Gallery for examples of our custom plastic signs. 

To speak with a Signs By Tomorrow professional in the Palm Desert, CA area contact us.

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