Ways Customers Use Church Flags, Banners, and More
Whether it’s an upcoming event, lesson series, guest speaker or positive message for a passerby, Churches often a lot to say. For some, brochures and simple word of mouth will spread the word and do the job. For others, there’s a bigger story to tell. It may be that your congregation has grown and you need signs to help manage the parking. Maybe you’re hosting a large holiday event this year and you want to let the public know that anyone is welcome. At BestFlag, we work with churches to help guide their needs for custom flags, banners, signs, table covers and more. Here are just a few ways our customers use BestFlag to tell their story.
Stage Backdrop banners
With the holidays coming up, the events begin to ramp up at churches. Planning something big? Churches tend to use stage backdrop banners as a background for large or staged events. Maybe you plan to have a big message across the banner for a Thanksgiving or Christmas event. A stage backdrop banner is perfect for churches looking for a durable sign that can be used year after year.
If you want to get the attention of those passing by outdoors or even indoors, blade flags are one of the best ways to do it. This is a very inexpensive way to gain some traction at an upcoming event or even help to grow attendance at your church.
Will you be hosting or attending an outdoor event? Some customers see custom pop-up tents as an ideal way to showcase their message and stay out of the weather. Keep cool in the summertime and dry during the cooler months. Custom tents can be used year round and will keep volunteers focused on what’s most important.
Custom table cover
Churches will use custom table covers as a subtle way to bring awareness to the church at an outdoor or indoor event. Customers can use these durable custom table covers to share a beautiful message that can be reused again for next year.
Still have a few ideas on how you want to use your custom signs? Click below to see what customers are buying for churches.