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Signs Now Boca Raton Opens; Commits to Donating 100 DOC Band Wraps to Special Needs Children in 2013
After successfully serving the Margate market for three years, Signs Now Boca Raton relocates to offer new and advanced professional signage services, graphics and more; Celebrates with donation of wrap services for protective helmets
To celebrate the opening, Signs Now Boca Raton has committed to providing at least 100 DOC Band wraps free of charge to special needs children in South Florida in 2013. Signs Now Boca Raton has already donated more than 30 DOC Band (a device for the head which consists of an outer plastic shell with a foam lining) wraps to children suffering from Plagiocephaly. Plagiocephaly is a condition characterized by an asymmetrical distortion (flattening of one side) of the skull.
“I am thrilled to be opening Signs Now Boca Raton and bringing our high quality services and second-to-none customer service to the Boca Raton market. We will now be able to service the growing needs of all of our customers,” said Mary Sol Gonzalez, owner of Signs Now Boca Raton. “I am also thrilled to help bring attention to kids with Plagiocephaly and potentially bring a smile to their faces with a brand new DOC Band wrap!”
“When the time came to accept that my son would need to be fitted with a DOC Band to address his issues I was very concerned about how it would impact him. I wanted to find a way to make him want to wear it and feel good about wearing it,” said Andrea S. Patenaude. “Signs Now Boca Raton was recommended and it was a great experience from beginning to end. They set me up with an amazing designer who not only made a fabulous design using the characters that Logan loves, but let us participate in the wrapping process. Signs Now made a process filled with uncertainty, certainly great.”
Signs Now Boca Raton has already met the signage and graphics needs of numerous local Boca Raton businesses and organizations including SAMANDHEL, an import/export and sourcing company; Boca Raton Christian School; Boca Aircraft Maintenance;
According to DigitalSignageToday.com, cities and towns are where growth lies in 2013, and at the center of it all is digital signage. Gonzalez is not surprised; she’s seen the first hand results for many of her clients. Research firm OTX says 63 percent of adults surveyed admit that advertising on digital signage ‘catches their attention’; according to studies, a car wrap can receive nearly nine million views in one year; and a 2012 Harvard University study that observed student behavior found that actions can be ‘nudged’ by social forces, including branded tent cards. All of which will now be designed, developed and printed in the new Signs Now Boca Raton facility.
About Signs Now Boca Raton
In 1983, Signs Now pioneered the computer-designed signs concept and led a revolution in the way signage is produced. Today, the professional team has access to the most advanced training systems and technology in the industry. As a result, Signs Now provides the special care and close personal attention one can expect from a local business owner, while its network provides global resources to effectively execute graphics, banners and signage projects of any scope. Signs Now Boca Raton represents Boca Raton and its surrounding markets. Learn more about Signs Now Boca Raton at www.signsnowbocaraton.com.