Advertising - Yard Signs


I found a few places online that sell yard signs for advertising in neighborhoods (you usually see these signs for political ads, yard services, etc) and I was curious if anyone has a good experience with a company that makes these signs? I am going to check locally first to see if I can find something affordable but may need to go online for these.

Any input would be appreciated.

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asked Oct 28 '10 at 04:33
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  • Just be careful with where you stick these types of signs. Many local councils / local governments have laws against displaying advertising on your own property. If a neighbor were to complain you could be out of pocket. – Xiaohouzi79 13 years ago

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I've used VistaPrint for different projects (never yard signs) but they do offer even those. I was always very satisfied with their quality and certainly prices. I believe they are located offshore but the shipping is always quite prompt.

answered Oct 29 '10 at 07:11
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  • VistaPrint is awesome for business cards and the like - I didn't know they did yard signs. – Ricardo 13 years ago


I recommend it is a company from Austin, TX (my town) and they build some amazing signs and other stuff like banners, bumper stickers, license plates, etc... check out their website for details.

answered Oct 29 '10 at 11:27
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  • Look into stickers and decals first. They are cheaper, but you could litter every newstand, phone booth and more with them. ALso free tshirts to hot chicks can get you some great exposure. – Frank 13 years ago
  • Seriously? T-Shirts to hot chicks? Not sure I could try that one – Whoiskb 13 years ago


I had approach bannersmall, they are amazing in building web banners and animated banners. Approach them for better results

answered Aug 23 '17 at 03:52
Arjun Thikka
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