my banner story

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Mar 18, 2006
I had been contemplating getting a banner for about a year now. I had priced a couple and guess I saw my money in a vinyl roll collecting dust most of the time and couldn't really get off the hip....

I finally made up my mind to get one. I called and priced one locally, and I could get a plain white background with black letters and one black graphic for $52. Not too bad from what I have seen other places.

Well, I made an inquiry, and I was told to bring him (another person) the graphics and let him look at it. He started playing around, and laid out what I was thinking of. It looked good. So he says, lets experiment a little. He did, and here is what I ended up with. When I went to pick it up, he had a little one laying there for me to look at. I gave him that puzzled look, and said, "that isn't 2ft by 6ft....". He then told me that's right. I made this one to see what it would look like. Then pointed to a roll, and told me that was the bigger one. WOW, was I shocked, both for the price of one, and $52 less than the other guy quoted me....

So, here they are. I just stuck the larger one on the front of my CharGriller for you to get a peak at them. And yes, that is yours truly.

If I can find a deal on the shirts like I did for the banners, you bet.... wonder if I could get enough for everyone at that price????

For the price I got this one, I would have been happy with white background and black letters.... I suppose you can't beat free.....

Looks good Bill!!! A cheap alternative for t-shirts are iron on's you can create right on your computer. Go to Staples and get iron on transfer paper, buy a couple of shirts (tshirt, polo) create your logo, print them and then iron them on!! A buddy of mine has a mail box company and he made his own polos. They fade quicker than professional jobs, but you can't beat the price. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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