How important is lifespan in a flag banner? Some can last only for a weekend event while others manage 6 – 8 weeks for a Sale promotion.
Is there a long-term solution to banners which fade?
“Feather Banners” are hand-crafted right here in SA by OzFeathers. These banners are made from a uniquely tougher fabric which comes complete with a UV-inhibitor coating, and are fully-sewn to offer leadlight-window-radiance.
Fully-sewn banners are exactly that – each part of the design is sewn into the material to ensure a longer-lasting and smart-looking waving banner. This is the same fabric used to make the flags for Government House and the Australian Defence Force. TOUGH is the necessary quality.
Think of the stationary sign or flat banner – their job is to tell people where a business is located.
Now consider a rotating and waving feather banner (picture the colourful Parisian Notre Dame window then imagine it dancing boldly in front of the traffic) – and suddenly you have the POWER TO ATTRACT.
Flat and unmoving signs are missed by fast-moving traffic. We’ve all driven past locations not realising they exist, because flat messages don’t move. They don’t appeal.
Feather banners are so-called because they feather in the wind. Mesmeric, like waves on the ocean. “Come over here!…NOW!” they command!
Willunga is home base for OzFeathers’ personalised feather banners, and designs are now being shipped globally: each one created individually and crafted to customers’ particular desires.
Design advice and initial layouts are offered as part of the complete package in street marketing. Logos are no problem. Cleverly-designed images add sparkle. First, think bright, and then, think bold.
It’s vital for businesses to be DIFFERENT.
Traffic passes so many mass-produced printed banners which all blur into sameness.
DIFFERENT makes a mark.
DIFFERENT creates a lasting impression.
DIFFERENT intrigues and entices…
How many cars drive by every day?
Each is potentially a new customer, so show them you’re OPEN for their business, by making sure your street marketing looks extremely inviting and lasts for a long… LONG… L-O-N-G time.
Summer in USA, Europe and Asia brings everyone outdoors. Shops are keen to boost their sales figures and families go seeking fresh-air outdoor events.
OzFeathers in Willunga say that their feather banners have never been so much in demand.
“Business owners want to spruce up their shopfronts – their “face” to the public. After a dreary winter season, no-one wants to be seen with last season’s peeling paint or drab-looking flag banners.”
For family days and outdoor fete organisers, these superior-quality event-markers succeed in attracting widespread attention. Just as we might notice the white tip of a dog’s tail as it bounds past, the bouncing wave of feather banners is guaranteed to attract the eye faster than any static signage.
Human nature is such that we’re drawn to colour and movement, and feather banners offer the added benefit of happily working with eco-friendly (and FREE!) sunlight and wind energy.
The wind acts as the motor, driving the flag banner’s energetic movement in even the slightest breeze.
Sunlight supplies the glow factor, producing the same effect on the fabric (being backlit) as that seen in Cathedral stained glass windows.
“No other fabric offers the same “Come here!” qualities, where a whisper of breeze and glorious sunshine are all that’s needed to turn the hum-drum-ordinary into stunningly appealing advertising.”
Made in South Australia and now shipped globally – OzFeathers, the originals.
You can buy pale, cheap, imported flags and teardrop banners anywhere, but why would you when the biggest and brightest are made locally in SA?
Your banner advertising needs pizzazz. No need to settle for “simple” when it’s easy to be the brightest star in your universe.
Your message is important to your customers; make it SING not whimper.
Feather banners with a JUMBO-sized message are a must if you’re to stand above your competition. Grab customers by the eyeballs! First impressions matter.
Shun ineffective advertising.
No more pale…
No more small…
No more “can’t read”.
Create your own “something special” by collaborating with OzFeathers’ designers expertise – there’s NO fee for our input.
Go for the best, and ALWAYS demand premier quality.
Nobody wants to see traffic passing them by – choose BRIGHT! BIG! Go BOLD!
When FEATHER BANNERS are made with 200 denier flag nylon, there’ll be some heavy-duty manufacturing involved.
What are the benefits to using such a high-denier count fabric?
- Strength & longevity.
- Durability in the outdoors.
- Repair-ability (which can extend lifespan further).
Compared to thinner flags (which use only 50-denier or lower-quality fabric) this pre-dyed flag nylon is already FOUR TIMES thicker & stronger long before any cutting happens.
Working with nylon fabric (there’s nothing flimsy about this material) a tough assembly procedure is needed.
Using a heat-sealing cutting process means no fraying. All edges are automatically sealed when being cut.
The welding step involves each layer of fabric being firmly bonded – “melting” the layers together creates a sealed join with non-fray edges.
The final step where all the layers are now sewn securely together produces a FEATHER BANNER which can withstand a wider range of outdoor weather conditions. REZZ Hotel can be seen for hundreds of metres.
Outside is where your advertising needs to be, not hiding under a verandah sheltering from the wind. Be the EYE-POPPING stand-out-act which attracts customers!
This heavy-duty procedure can only be achieved using 200 denier DYED fabric. When it’s dyed fabric, and heat-weld-sewn made-in-Australia, be prepared for your advertising to outlast the others by miles.
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