Watchfire Blog

  • Electronic Message Centers Can Boost Small Town Sales

    Small towns and cities can offer big opportunities for targeted marketing through business signage. Because many small towns no longer have an outlet for news and local advertising, an LED sign can fill the void by keeping the public informed.

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  • Watchfire: Standing Out in the Crowd

    This year’s International Sign Expo kicked off today in Orlando, FL. Watchfire Signs has long been active in the International Sign Association, and is exhibiting at this year’s show. When we go to a trade show such as Sign Expo 2012, we bring a few production signs to demonstrate our products. This year we are showcasing 12mm and 16mm LED signs as well as our Price WatcherTM gas price changers. This will give attendees a chance to see the construction of our signs and compare our products with those of other manufacturers, who also have products in their booths.

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  • Simplify With The Right Electronic Message Center

    Our customers consistently tell us how easy it is to operate Watchfire LED signs. We also hear design and assembly horror stories from people who bought on price alone and later wished they had purchased a sign manufactured by Watchfire Signs.

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  • Give Your Business Some Screen Time

    People are spending more time in front of digital screens thanks to rising tablet, smartphone and laptop sales. More than ever, people are relying on different kinds of screens for information, and signage is no exception. By 2015, there will be 22 million digital signs, according to Intel.

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  • LED Signs: Timely Messages in any Climate

    Driving in to work this morning I saw a convenience store owner struggling to change the message on his manual reader board. We’re located in the midwest where it’s windy, cold, and getting ready to dump our first measurable snow of the winter. This poor guy was out there with his suction cup letter changer, and as I watched him I saw that was fairly adept at getting the letters up there despite the wind. He had the right idea too. The unfinished message read, “Shov”, and I can only assume he was putting up a timely message about snow shovels.

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