• Franchise Sign Rise.

Franchise Sign Rise

Franchise Sign Rise

 

  • Usually ‘new release’ products are simply a development of an older model, a different shaped radiator grill, a slimmer case, a brighter screen.
  • We have discovered a really new business product that is beginning to take off … big time! – world-wide.
  • It’s being marketed in over 20 countries so far – and it’s Australian! It’s all about branding and getting your business name, products and services noticed more effectively.
  • Business Consultant and inventor, Armando Camacho, saw the need for better portable signage that doesn’t look cheap, offers better exposure, is well engineered, light, portable and affordable for small business and corporate customers.
  • He spent some years working on an idea he has built into a business-product range, that he is justly proud of and has carefully patented world-wide. Armando, CEO of Sign RISE International has set up three product ranges…
  • The first ‘Wond
  • The third is ‘Sign Rise Car Media’ A very clever vehicle sign concept that day or night, puts a message above head-height anywhere in town or country that a business wants to reach.
  • The ‘SignRise Car Media’ pod is easily fastened onto a standard roof-rack (that suits the ve
  • At night, the touch of another button illuminates the banner from inside. The unit is waterp
  • Not to mention that the banner can be lowered when taking grandma off to church on Sunday morning. (See the vicar about a sale another day!) When it’s necessary to change the message, simply email ‘SignRise’ in Sydney with some new artwork and they’ll print a new banner; when it comes back in the post, it can be fitted in about ten minutes.
  • To have a Christmas greeting atop their cars in December. Come January the Christmas banner is rolled up and stored until next year. Each new banner can be supplied for around four hundred dollars.
  • He quotes an extension of an old idea using trailers and static roadside signage, where a car with a ‘Sign Rise’ roof media can be parked in a busy-traffic area near a back street where there’s a great little restaurant. It can carry a menu sample and a map showing the restaurant’s location. The message is on four panels and can be seen from all sides.
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