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Flag Banner, Feather Banner or Teardrop Flag? How to Choose the BEST Waving Flag as Your Sign!

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A static, flat sign or waving fabric banner?  Ideally, both.

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A sign tells customers what you do and your business name, but waving flag banners flamboyantly call out “Come over here!” and “I have something you want!”

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Why would you choose waving feather banners over flat teardrop banners?

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When held rigid with a frame, a teardrop-style banner becomes another (fabric) sign.  Signs are often missed by fast-moving traffic.  They’re great for close-up viewing but less easily seen by zoom-zoom traffic.

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While flag banners are also fabric, they’re actively waving, are brightly coloured, and nicknamed “Feather Banners”.

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Why “feather”?

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Because they feather in the wind.  Mesmeric, joyful waving, like waves on the ocean.

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Come over here…” …“Come NOW!” they command!

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Five metre tall waving billboards for Pizza, Yoga, Cafe & more!

Will Bali flags work to advertise my business?

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Bali flags are ideally suited to gentle, tropical breezes – not rugged Australian brisk days.  Bali flags are cotton, lighter strength, cheaper, and easily available in Bali for relaxing Bali conditions.

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Do business owners need the added worry of having to constantly update & refresh?

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Australian winds & UV rays can be harsh; Bali flags tend to have a short life.

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Are there different types of feather banners for indoor versus outdoor use?

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Different weather conditions require different grades of fabric and protection.

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Lightweight fabric and printed both sides suits indoors for use with display lighting.  When placed outdoors, sunlight does not highlight the design and so messages appear dark.

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For outdoor use specifically ask for heavy-duty SolarMax flag nylon, as its strength and durability will withstand Australian conditions better.

Longer life = replace less often and $ave money!

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How many cars drive past your shop every day? Every single one is a potential new customer.

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Advertisers say the Rule of Nine means we must SEE a message up to 9 times before acting on it.  Making that message WAVE will increase the chances of every day results.  Check with happy customers, Harding’s Naturopath to see how.

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Feather banners, waving in all weather, no sick leave or holidays, always polite to customers = Brilliant Marketing Banners.  Clever!

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CONCLUSION – Why are feather banners by OzFeathers so BIG? – Simply, we guarantee results!