We would love to be your Richmond Virginia campaign signs printer.
Call 407-617-4289 to get a Free, no obligation quote to print your 1-4 color political yard signs.
Don’t go with just any sign franchise. Most likely they will be sending the job out to print to someone like us who has high speed flat bed printing for campaign signs.
We offer over 20 years of experience designing signs for politics.
You get 2 Car Magnets with any order of 500 signs absolutely Free.
You also get a design that can be read at 35mph. This is the most important aspect of designing a sign for you campaign. Name ID, Name ID, Name ID. The words: vote, elect and especially re-elect are not necessary. They extra words just make your name or the office you are seeking jumbled and not readable.
Should you print a date on your Richmond Campaign Signs? No, with maybe one caveat. If it is a special election that is not on an ordinary election day for Richmond or Henrico county.
Should you print a slogan on your yard sign? NO. Save slogans for brochures and large format signs where space is not an issue.
Should you put a website on a sign? Maybe, but usually not. If you do decide to put a domain on a sign, then please leave off the www – you do not need that. Just put ElectJoe.com for instance.
When should you order signs? The earlier the better. As it gets closer to election day, when everyone else is trying to order political signs in Richmond, you may not be able to get delivered on time. Signs might even be more expensive at a later date in the election cycle.
How many signs should you order? We will help you answer that question based on budget, the number of voters in your district and the number of polling places. Most great campaigns order a minimum of 500, but for a statewide Virginia campaign you would probably need at least 5 to 10,000 18” x 24” signs and at least 250 large format signs.
Should you put your picture on the sign? If your picture is on the ballot, then yes. If not, we do not suggest except in very rare cases. One such example of when I would put a picture on a ballot is when over 55% of likely voters are women and you have a name such as Pat, Jody, Peyton or Riley. Or if you were running in a highly Hispanic district and you were a woman with a last name Jones, but you looked Hispanic ( if that exists ) then I would be okay with it.
Basically, we can keep you from making a bad decision when designing your Richmond Virginia campaign signs.
Call 407-617-4289 to get a quote to print your yard signs for any Richmond Virginia elections. Ask for JD.