A note from Ken
One of the questions that customers ask us most often is “How large of an area can you print at one time?” The simple answer is that on banner material, we can print 62” wide by 165’. On rigid substances, like coroplast, foam board, aluminum, etc., we can print 4’ wide by 12’ long sheets. But don’t be fooled by these restrictions. For really large jobs, we “tile” the finished project. For example, we might print three 4’ by 8’ sheets of aluminum, and tile them together to give you a finished print of 12’ wide by 8’ tall. The take away from all of this is that we really have no limits. Make your next project with us as BIG as you want. That BIG graphic will make a BIG impact on your students and clients.
- Ken Sitkowski
Light Pole Banners - Where it all started
When we established our business in 1973, we strictly printed and installed light pole banners throughout the Midwest. Today, light pole banner advertising is still one of the most unique ways to advertise your brand to the community. Villages, museums, schools, and nonprofit organizations get 24 hour per day advertising with every banner. Browse through this selection of photos to spark an idea on how you might be able to use light pole banner advertising for your organization.
Education - Make a Big Impact
Boost your school spirit! Students, athletes, teachers, administrators, and parents are your champions. Highlight your quintessential community with branding and signage that generates excitement.
Kind words from our partners
“Bannerville was prompt with responses, guidance through the process, and followed up with endurance of delivery! Can’t beat that type of service!"
“Tom is wonderful. He is very responsive and patient to the client's needs. I appreciate the promptness of his replies and the speed in which they install the merchandise. It is clear that customer service is a top priority with Bannerville. Thank you!"
“THANK YOU so much for the beautiful work installed today! The entire crew was very professional and experts at the process!"