In your retail store setting, you need a variety of ways to direct and inform customers. Tags and tickets are a great way to provide information and pricing on merchandise or to use for sales and special events. Aside from small items such as tags, you need larger items, such as business signs and office signs to help inform, direct and guide your customers and guests so they can have a worry-free shopping experience.
Make sure customers and employees are aware of health and safety regulations by posting the proper caution signs, such as no smoking signs or signs directing employees to wash their hands.
Be sure to place high-visibility indication signs to designate restroom areas so that your patrons can easily find them. Choose signs that fulfill ADA standards for tactile graphics and Braille so that your restrooms are identifiable to all customers.
Use large, prominently placed signs to let your customers know important information, such as wheelchair accessibility, Wi-Fi availability, and locations of areas such as offices and restrooms as well as designated non-smoking areas.
Place a large, attractive LED "Open" sign in your store window to let your customers know you're ready for their business. A bright, eye-catching, colorful sign will draw in both new and regular customers to browse your offerings.
Use holders, such as a clear plastic tent sign to place name plates and other important signs in so that your customers can stay informed. Angled signs are easy to read whether from across the store or when standing at the counter.
We offer a variety of sign holders that will help direct and inform your customers. Use floor signs to draw attention to special products or announce sales. Use arrow floor signs to guide customers to a highlighted product or specific department. Our floor signs with dry-erase surfaces make it easy to create customizable signs that can be changed as often as needed.
Countertop acrylic sign holders are ideal for holding custom signs that you printed yourself. Choose from horizontal or vertical formats.
Use security labels such as recycling decals to place in prominent areas where your customers and employees will see them.