Bulletin boards from Signs By Tomorrow are convenient, economical solutions for businesses and organizations that post news and events on a frequent basis. Positioned in lobbies, hallways, break rooms or near check-out lanes, people seek them out to learn of the most recent developments and to exchange information.
Bulletin boards are used, of course, by daycare centers, schools and universities. They are also useful in offices, factories and other facilities. You’ll also find bulletin boards for public use at coffee shops, hardware stores, laundromats, libraries and other locations throughout communities.
Versatile communication forums, bulletin boards can be mounted indoors or just outside the entrance to a facility. Here, they may offer people the opportunity to post their own notices. In other cases, the establishment may only offer their own announcements by utilizing enclosed boards. These can be locked, and their contents protected by glass or Plexiglass.
As for sizes and styles, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of standard, off-the-shelf types from Signs By Tomorrow. Or, you can specify custom designs and dimensions to meet your particular needs.
While most people use bulletin boards from Signs By Tomorrow to keep people abreast of news, events and opportunities, they often serve a greater purpose. Bulletin boards can also:
Bulletin boards from Signs By Tomorrow aren’t limited to traditional cork types, although they remain popular. Our other styles include:
Many companies, organizations, nonprofits and individuals enjoy the utility and versatility of bulletin boards. You’ll find solutions from Signs By Tomorrow in use at:
What are the most popular types of bulletin boards?
Cork bulletin boards are perhaps the most common type. With them, you can use tacks, pushpins and staples to add items to your board again and again. They’re economical, eco-friendly and offered in a wide variety of colors and sizes.
Dry erase boards are widely used as bulletin boards. Because sharp-edged objects aren’t required to post items, dry erase boards are somewhat safer than cork bulletin boards. What’s more, they may last longer than cork boards, which slowly deteriorate with repeated postings over time.
Magnetic boards — which are sometimes referred to as dry erase boards or whiteboards — are another popular type of bulletin board. They’re ideal for posting notes with magnets, but you can also write notes on them with special markers which can be easily wiped off before adding new messages. This makes magnetic boards great for sharing information.
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