We know that during the current coronavirus health crisis, communicating to customers, visitors and employees is challenging. With all the quickly changing legislative measures, business restrictions, safety recommendations and more, maintaining an effective signage strategy feels like an impossible task.
Proudly serving Charlotte, Fort Mill, Gastonia, Lake Norman, Matthews, Indian Trail, Mint Hill, Rock Hill, and all of Mecklenburg County.
Don't fret! Signs By Tomorrow is here to assist any way that we can. We understand the unique needs of many local businesses during this time, and are ready to help with creating your custom COVID-19 signage strategy.
Keep customers up to speed with your current operating status and opening hours with big, bold signs placed around your building.
Banners, A-frames and Coroplast Signs (also known as Yard Signs) are ideal for this purpose and can usually be produced quickly and affordably.
Let visitors know how to get to you without any safety concerns. Direct them to non-infected areas, show them where to pick up products and keep hand washing and other tips top-of-mind.
Outside, use a-frames, banners and other temporary signs that are easy to move in case of changing procedures. Inside, consider installing temporary graphics on walls and floors to direct individuals to safety.
Also known as sneeze guards, counter safety screens form a physical barrier against coughing, sneezing and other hazards, creating a safe transaction environment for staff, customers and visitors.
We can help you expand your PPE inventory with custom protective face shields. By covering the entire face from forehead to neck, they provide a superior level of protection against coughing, sneezing or other airborn contaminants.
Please note that while it is business as usual for us, we will keep our website updated with any changes.
Signs By Tomorrow Charlotte South 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.