Street banners are a great way for cities or schools to promote upcoming events, festivals or the next BIG game.
Street Banners to Hang Across or the Street / Overhead
Across the street, banners are one of the best ways to advertise significant events, especially for a town or small city. Essentially, they are large, thick banners that are hung over a street so that drivers and pedestrians can see the message with ease from afar. If there is one sign to double print (print on both sides), it is street banners to most effectively get your message out to the world.
They can easily be customized with our custom graphics/artwork upload, or we can help suggest some designs and images if you contact support in the bottom right corner! We allow the full range of colors to make sure your graphics pop and only use long-lasting print to make sure your banner is good for years to come. Here is what you can expect from our large overhead street banners:
Two or more years outside
Waterproof to survive the rain and humidity
Perfect for extreme temperatures - easily survives in negative temperature
Eye-catching colors that match your design
Double Sided Street Banners
As we mentioned in the opening paragraph, we strongly recommend getting your street banners double sided. This allows drivers to see it from far away and gives them a chance to look at it again as they pass, which enables them to make notes of the banner, which really helps your message gets delivered.
Over The Road Banners
We only use premium denier for these banners to survive all types of challenging environments. The vinyl mesh will help to promote any event, whether it is hundreds of pedestrians or thousands of motorists whose eyes often fall on over the road banners. In fact, here is a number of recommended uses for these large banners:
Anniversary (for Cities/Towns)
And many more!
Know Your Local Requirements
Because of the size and the fact these banners are being hung high, reducing the visibility of the street, these can’t just be hung whenever and wherever you want. I’ll want to contact the city you plan on hanging these in to understand their requirements and get approval to avoid fees. Get in touch with your local chamber of commerce to get in contact with someone who can direct you to the official city contact.