Laudermilch Meats upgrades static board with digital signage
Laudermilch Meats, a meat company in Annville, Pennsylvania, recently replaced its static wooden sign with a fresh display and a 3- by 6-foot display from Watchfire Signs, according to a case study.
Horst Signs provided a new sign for the business with internally illuminated letters and an acrylic meat cleaver. This company then selected Watchfire Signs to develop the display. The meat store uses the display to advertise specials and draw in more visitors, according to the case study.
"Our new Watchfire message center gives us a variety of options to advertise our products. I am confident the sign will pay for itself over time," Dave Laudermilch, owner, Laudermilch Meats, said in the case study.
Image via Watchfire Signs
Topics: Display Technology