Coroplast Signs, also known as coro, corro, corex, fluted plastic or corrugated plastic, often gets overlooked as a serious sign substrate. Its versatility and other great qualities lend itself to several situations, indoor and out, temporary or long-term. Even though coro is great for yard signs (perhaps its most usual niche), its potential goes far beyond the front yard.
Some other ways to use coroplast signs include:
- Menu boards
- Event signs
- Directional signs
- A-frame signs
- Construction signs
- Tradeshow signs
- Indoor hanging signs
- Point of purchase signs, and more!
What makes coro so versatile is its lightweight, durable material. It’s 100% recyclable and water- and weather-resistant. Coupled with the inexpensive price, coroplast is an easy choice for many sign solutions.
Coro is relatively inexpensive, and it can often be used in place of a banner. “Coroplast Signs have the same look as a banner when you put it up, and it’s cheaper than banner material,” Signs for Success designer Vanessa Bogensberger explained. “We had a customer who wanted a 3’x7’ banner, and we suggested printing to coro instead. They got two 2’x8’ coro coroplast signs for less than it would have cost for one banner.”
Signs for Success stocks Standard and Opaque Corrugated Plastic in both 4’x 8′ and 5’x 10′ sheets. Contact us today to get started on your next custom coro sign project!
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