Banks & Credit Unions

Banks and financial institutions have long been at the forefront of the digital signage trend, and Watchfire has been there each step of the way.

Watchfire designed the original "bank sign" - a time and temperature sign that served as a landmark for financial institutions across the country since its debut in 1951. Today, technology has evolved, and banks are once again on the leading edge of the digital signage trend.

Imagine being able to advertise your latest interest rates and mobile banking tools instantly and for far less than you would spend on a traditional advertising campaign. Full color, high resolution LED signs are a secure and cost-effective advertising tool that increases foot traffic and boosts profit. A Watchfire LED sign offers your bank a flexible and dynamic advertising tool unlike any other.

From smart, efficient advertising to a modern image and landmark status, an outdoor LED sign provides incredible benefits for your financial institution.

With the addition of an indoor display, your financial institution can assist account holders in finding the right banking solutions for their needs.

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“Our new Watchfire LED sign is an absolute game-changer! With its dynamic look and captivating visuals, it proudly embraces our brand and commands attention like never before. It’s more than just a sign; it’s a statement that leaves a lasting...”
  • — Jacob Burrow
  • Vice President, Quantum Credit Union

Banks & Credit Unions Case Study Highlights

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Orrstown Bank, headquartered in Shippensburg, PA, has been serving the community for more than a century. With Nearly $3 billion in assets, Orrstown Financial Services, Inc., the parent company of Orrstown Bank, is one of the largest independent community banks in the region.

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