Even after the coronavirus pandemic is over, we will have to continue the changes we’ve made in how we communicate with customers, employees and visitors as we navigate the “new normal.” Signs and graphics will still play an essential role in such communications, and planning your signage strategy now will prevent you from scrambling to catch up later.
Updates to your signs and graphics should be your top priority, as you will need to inform returning employees of updated policies, or make sure your visitors remain socially distanced. Get ready now by addressing your communication needs so you’ll be ready when restrictions are lifted and your customers, visitors and staff return.
Signs By Tomorrow is standing by and ready to help. Much more than just your friendly local sign shop, we have the solutions for any of your sign or graphics needs, no matter what business you’re in.
Below are just some of the products we can offer you as you begin to navigate the world post-pandemic. Our team is ready to serve customers virtually or in-person, and can arrange pick-up or delivery options.
It may seem daunting, but we’ll get through this crisis together – and come out stronger, too. Call us at 844-957-4467 or click the button to Get A Quote and let us know your signage needs!
Are you a business owner ready to expand your capacity for guests? Don’t let your grand re-opening go unnoticed! Use large exterior banners or feather flags to make a bold announcement from the roadside, or place yard signs strategically throughout your area to extend the reach of your brand.
For those in office buildings, consider the addition of a large wall or window display to create a positive, welcoming environment for your returning staff. With messaging that can be updated as needed, banner stands are a great option to use indoors to celebrate the return of employees to the building.
Even after the COVID-19 crisis is completely behind us, businesses will need to practice much stricter sanitation than in the past. Germ prevention signage promoting handwashing and other best practices will be a common sight in most buildings, and may even be a legal requirement depending on your local jurisdiction.
Acrylic safety screens are still a smart choice for preventing airborne hazards and reducing contamination in customer service or check-out areas, but can also be installed in office spaces to help protect employees at their desks. Floor graphics will continue to help you maintain proper social distancing in your building while allowing for a smart flow of foot traffic.
Celebrate your re-opening with your valued guests or make a lasting impression with your returning staff with logoed promotional items. Give your customers something they’ll use on repeat visits, such as a tote bag or travel mug, and show your staff how much you care by providing them with necessary safety items like hand sanitizer.