Charity Event Signs for Love 11 Summer Kickoff

charity event signs for Love 11 Foundation in Spokane Josh and Emily, creators of the Micah Daniel Love Foundation, came in about 2 weeks before their big annual Love 11 Summer Kickoff needing charity event signs.

We did several event signs including parking signs and sponsor signs.  “It was pretty run of the mill, except for one sign that we got pretty creative with.” Signs for Success designer Joe Ingalls said.  That sign was a dimensional sign with several layers that incorporated astro-turf, a real clipboard for sign-ups, and a large cut-out of their son, for whom the foundation is named.  All of the elements were mounted at varying distances from the background for added depth.

The photo of Micah Love, who passed away in an accident in 2016, is made the main focus of this standing sign.  The background is a blurred stadium at night with added light rays and fog for drama.  The layers in the forefront include sports balls, a foam finger, and the word “Win.”  The graphics were all contour cut from polystyrene, while the main frame of the sign is printed PVC.

The Micah Daniel Love Foundation “Love 11” is a foundation with a mission to reach at risk and economically disadvantaged youth through sports and local activity programs. Love 11 grants scholarships and funds to youth sports organizations, schools and local programs within our community.  We were honored to be a small part of their annual summer event.

Charity Event Signs can include:

  • A-frame signs
  • Parking signs
  • Handicap ADA signs
  • Sponsor signs
  • Directional Signs
  • Banners, and more!

If you’ve got a special event coming up, let us help you get ready with custom event signs.  Signs for Success is a locally owned family business in Spokane, and we strive for excellent customer service, perfect color, and quick turnaround on every project.  Our large production facility allows us to design, print and install everything in-house.  Contact us for a free quote on charity event signs today!

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