Feather banners — also known as banner flags, beachwings and teardrop flags, among other names — are lightweight, portable and affordable attention-getters!
These bright flag banners from Signs By Tomorrow Newport News wave in the wind to catch the eye and enhance the festive feel at grand openings, outdoor sales, civic fairs, expositions, sporting competitions and other special events. Use them indoors or outdoors.
When used as advertising flags, they draw crowds to auto dealers, fitness centers, quick service restaurants and retailers of all sorts. Tip: Most enhance the attractiveness of their displays by using three, four or more flutter flags in a row!
Our feather banners are constructed of rugged, tear-resistant nylon or polyester on which we’ll print your custom graphics. The banner flags are then securely attached to aluminum or fiberglass poles of various heights.
Signs By Tomorrow Newport News offers four different styles of flag signs. While much the same, you’ll want to consult with us to determine the shape that’s best for you:
Signs By Tomorrow Newport News will design and print your banner flags with your logo and custom colors, text, type fonts and graphics in a matte finish.
As for sizes, some stretch as high as 18 feet, inclusive of the height of the flagpole.
Most users choose to have their flutter flags printed on both sides, but you can elect to have them printed on one side.
Flags are replaceable, too. If your promotional needs change, you can retain the pole and base and have us simply add a freshly designed and printed fabric flag.
With flag banners from Signs By Tomorrow Newport News, you’ll choose from among several mounting options:
Are flags banners, company banners and feather banners the same thing?
Yes, these terms and others such as “feather flags,” “advertising flags, “banner flags,” “teardrop flags” and “business flags” are pretty much the same. Some even describe them as “beachwings” or “beachwing flags.” Mention any of these names and your Signs By Tomorrow Newport News pro will know exactly what you’re talking about!
What are typical uses for feather banners?
Advertising banners from Signs By Tomorrow Newport News are often displayed outside of businesses to promote sales or services. At special events of all types including grand openings, tent sales and more, they’re a great way of catching attention. The easy portability of feather banners with square bases or cross stands also make them ideal for conventions and tradeshows.
Long wearing and easy to store, flutter flags are an excellent choice when promoting services year after year or displaying seasonal products.
What do you get when you order a banner flag?
Banner flags from Signs By Tomorrow Newport News typically include a feather flag that’s digitally printed with your custom design plus an aluminum or fiberglass pole set and pole-set bag. You’ll specify the height and style of your flag. In addition, you can order from a variety of optional bases and carrying cases.
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