Large Format Printing

Hoarding Graphic Wraps Toronto

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Hoarding Graphic Wraps are an effective solution to market your message to a diverse and huge audience during a construction rebuild or new build.

We produce and install Large Format Graphics for internal and external  use, serving retail and commercial property clients. Hoarding that is wrapped graphically usually announces the arrival of a new store or features a new product which builds brand awareness, creates attention and anticipation for what’s coming. Let us complete an onsite survey or your hoarding location to determine your requirements. We typically work with your design agency to execute your message accurately and meet the tightest deadlines.

Hoarding Wraps in Toronto are frequently use for storefront windows, real estate properties, construction sites, mall storefronts. They can be produced with printed adhesive backed vinyl or large scrim banner material.

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905-721-8321

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Thank you for the Signs!

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On March 8th, 2014 at Oshawa Airport an awesome event was hosted to introduce Women to the world of aviation during The Women of Aviation World Wide Week. We were proud to be part of such a great event by doing our little part!

“Hi Rob,

Thank you so much for the generous donation of the sponsor signs for our event on Saturday. The large one hung from the rafters and the smaller one (which had been intended for the lobby) ended up on the hangar door, at eye level. That actually worked out better, as the large one was a bit too high (the top of the sign was maybe 10 to 20 feet below the girders), and the smaller one was more visible (learning for next year)

Thank you so much for your contribution to the success of the event! We flew almost 140 women and girls! We also had aviation related displays in the hangar, videos and presentations by inspiring women working in the aviation industry.”

Lesley Page
Chapter Chair
First Canadian Chapter
The Ninety-Nines – www.ninety-nines.org

 

 

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