How to Communicate to Everyone Passing By Your Business
Have you seen some of the artwork around the area on chain link fences? Popping up everywhere from schools and small businesses to parks and industries, chain link fence art is about being seen. Creating an eye-catching message is an inexpensive way to market your business to many people. All you need is a chain link fence and some Styrofoam cups.
Schools and advertisers have used chain link fence art as a way to communicate messages to the masses for many years. Creative school kids and designers create both word messages and pictures. It's easy to do chain link art with Styrofoam cups. You can make your own by choosing the right size and painting them. Inexpensive cups can also be ordered from www.putincups.com in a variety of colors to go with your business.
Holidays are a great time to attract attention or to show support. You can create a marketing
theme for your business that emphasizes the holiday. Or, you may choose to do only a holiday message. For example, a flag is a great way to commemorate Memorial Day. Just pop red, white and blue cups into your chain link fence, and you've got a flag! Check out these directions on how to create a flag.
This art isn't just for small businesses that have a chain link fence. Chain link art is a fun way to display community messages at airports and parks. And, what about churches. Many have chain link fences that would work well as an art board. The possibilities are endless.
What started out as an urban trend has caught on throughout the U.S. All you need is a chain link fence and some Styrofoam cups to make your message seen by thousands of people. Best of all, you can change the messages in just a short amount of time without spending any additional money. Don't overlook this marketing channel.
Whether you're a homeowner wanting to celebrate a holiday, a business owner wanting to market your products or in community service, chain link art is a great way to communicate to everyone who passes by. Now is the perfect time to jump on the bandwagon...er, maybe it's jump on the fence.