What Are The True Benefits of Business Signs?

Did you know that 85% of your business lives or works with in five miles of you? Why is that important? Because this means that the average person would see your sign 50 to 60 times per month!

35% of new customers found out about a business from their signage! This means your outside signage is as effective as 24 full-page newspaper ads every day of the year!

A physical storefront allows your customers to sample merchandise, interact with salespeople, and decide with their senses – Sight, Sound, Touch, and Taste. In order to bring people into these stores, nothing is more effective when it comes to marketing to today’s consumer than a sign.

Does your business have a sign displayed right now?

Call PIP Signs, Banners, and Posters – we can help!

These Stats are more were pull from this article 27 Striking Statistics on Effective Outdoor Signage

Greensboro’s Big Burger Spot Opens NEW Location


Guy Bradley, owner of Greensboro’s staple burger joint, Big Burger Spot on Battleground Avenue opened a second location this past week off of Guilford College Road in Greensboro, North Carolina! Our PIP Triad Sales and Production team worked close with Guy on this exciting project providing interior and exterior signage, menus, and marketing services for the new restaurant. A large sign adorns the storefront above the awning while the same bright colors pop out from the window clings at each entrance. The fluorescent orange and green continues inside above the new menu boards, on restroom doors… you get the idea!


Hear what Guy Bradley had to say about his experience through this project…

What was it like working with PIP?

“It was a real pleasure to work with the professional crew. From working with Judy (Brumley) and the rest of the team. It has exceeded my expectations. It is a level above what I have been used to working with.”

What was one thing that PIP did that you didn’t know they could do?

“Little things that turned out to be HUGE. The proofing process was great! The way the proofs were provided, I had a chance to use them in both of my locations as well. The proof reading team caught errors that had been previously overlooked. It was amazing.”



He even took the time to thank us on Facebook!!

“Judy Brumley and her entire team from PIP Printing and Marketing – This was a new relationship for us and Wow! did we discover a new level of teamwork and professionalism. From our menu board and graphics to take out menus and marketing support, Judy’s team was awesome!”Big Burger Spot


This new location opened its doors at 1:00 Saturday afternoon, May 24th! It’s temporary hours are  11am – 3pm daily. Starting June 7th they will be open from 11am – 9pm Sunday through Thursday and 11am – 10pm on Friday and Saturdays. Their original location is still open at 3750A Battleground Avenue. Stop by and enjoy the “BEST Burger in Greensboro!”

Our team had so much fun with Big Burger Spot – from marketing and prepress to production and installation! Visit our Flickr or signage site to see more photos from this installation.

Free Welcome Home Banner!

Since 2012, PIP Signs, Banners, and Posters has given away Welcome Home banners to military families for their loved ones returning home from a deployment. It’s our way of saying thank you for their service and sacrifice. At PIP Triad we want to make all homecomings a little more special, so if you know of someone who has a solider coming home soon please give PIP a call. We would be honored to help welcome them home! Call today 1-888-927-8290 or 1-888-346-1169


2014 Alamance County Relay For Life Success!

For the past several years PIP Signs Banners and Posters has worked closely with the event organizers of the Alamance County Relay For Life! This is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Organizers from around the country work all year to host a 24-hour walk-a-thon to raise money for cancer research!

Each year PIP Triad team members work with event organizers to create banners and signage to match the current year’s theme. This year’s theme was Don’t Stop Believing and was themed with 80’s colors and decor!


This year’s event, due to heavy rains on Thursday, had to be moved from Burlington City Park and held at Holly Hill Mall off Huffman Mill Road in Burlington instead. Even with a change of venue, the event was a success and raise more than $160,000!



Socialnomics 2014 – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Breakfast and Learn!

PIP Printing and Marketing Services Of The Triad will officially start back with their educational series with their first Breakfast and Learn on June 4th, 2014. Marketing director Jessica Byerly will be presenting Socialnomics 2014 – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Byerly will focus on the changes happening in social media, what has changed, and what is to come.

PIP Triad’s training seminars have been part of a packed house professional courtesy of the centers owners Jimmy and Judy Brumley. Each one featuring an action packed education session and Q&A.

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Do you get overwhelmed with the constant sea of constant change in social media? 2014 has kicked off with huge changes that will absolutely impact the way you market your business online. This Seminar will bring you up to speed of the recent changes that may affect you and your business.

If you are interested in attending, be sure to register online. Seating is limited and fills up fast!

Click Here to Register



How Do You Approach Your Customers Through Social Media?

Social Media Today is a great resource for markers and any business trying to market themselves! This independent online community for marketing and advertising professionals has created a thorough understanding of social media and provides crucial insight through live debates and shared content.

The webinar below really makes you think about how you approach your customers through social media…

Who is the Modern Customer? How do they want you to talk to them?

Originally published on Social Media Today, May 1 2014


The modern customer is smart, engaged, and has already researched your product and you. They are well connected, and present on many different channels and platforms. So how do they want to be talked to? They don’t. Modern customers want you to talk with them. They want to talk with you. But as a marketer, what does this relationship look like? Is it your job to continue to engage and educate them? In this webinar, we’ll get to know the 21st century customer and how marketers need to adapt to keep them happy.

Join Social Media Today‘s panel of experts to talk about:

  • Identifying your social strengths and weaknesses.
  • Integrating old-fashioned, human touch techniques with modern customer service.
  • Customizing engagement opportunities to your customers, brand, products, and services.
  • Choosing the best social channels and platforms for your company to connect with customers.
  • Connecting authentically with customers and prospects depending on the channel and platform.

Click to watch: Who is the Modern Customer?