Coro signs are great for non-profit organizations. They are cost-effective and durable, lightweight and portable. These large and small a-frame signs were created for the YMCA and their various events. Coro signs can be used both indoors and outdoors. They can be designed with a self-standing collapsible frame, such as this a-frame design, making them both portable and easy to store. Although coro is considered a temporary sign material, it has been known to last for several years, so non-profits will be sure to get their money’s worth.
This giant coro standee was created for a 2nd Harvest fundraiser. Spanning 24 feet long, it’s a nearly life-sized representation of an actual 2nd Harvest delivery truck. A unique display is great for special events and fundraisers. The most effective designs embrace something specific to the business or organization. When 2nd Harvest held fundraisers in Pasco and Spokane, instead of simply tacking donation slips to a designated wall, they used this custom coro standee in the shape of a mobile pantry delivery truck.
The giant coro sign was created by printing six separate 4’ x 8’ panels of corrugated plastic. When put together, they complete a 24-foot semi-truck standee with a contour cut cab and window cut-out. The stand that holds each piece of the truck up is also constructed out of corrugated plastic and was designed specifically for this project.
One great thing about this custom standee is that it will always be significant to the specific purpose and mission of 2nd Harvest, making it usable at future events and fundraisers for years to come.
Use coro signs Spokane for:
- Special events
- Directional signs
- Parking signs
- A-frame signs, and more!
Signs for Success is a locally owned family business, 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. Get quality service and a quick turnaround on coro signs Spokane; contact us for a free quote today!