This spring back X-frame banner stand makes an excellent alternative to pop-up retractable banners. It incorporates basic design features, is lightweight, budget-friendly and comes with a carry bag for easy portability.
Please join us as we welcome April Mitchell to the PIP Triad & Triad Signs team. After graduating West Virginia Tech with an A.S. in Printing Technology and a B.S. in Printing Management, April moved to the Triad area in 1999 to start her career in the printing industry.
She brings 18 years’ of printing experience and loves assisting her customers in transforming their projects’ vision into the actual finished printed product. She’s a team player and will jump in when and where she is needed.
April resides in Greensboro with her husband, Chris, who is a graduate of Williams High School here in Burlington. They’re the proud parents of Ivory who is currently an honors student in her sophomore year at NC A&T State University. April is also an avid college basketball and football fan and always cheers for the Tar Heels no matter what the sport may be.
Jason, Mark, and Jimmy completed almost 29 miles hiking from Hanging Rock to Pilot Mountain. Our goal to raise $7,500 is just in sight! We met a Wish family and they were such an inspiration! Thanks to all who assisted with this challenge! Great day for the children. Please click the link below to help partner with us and reach our goal!
For our feature of the week we are showcasing our friends at PART (Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation) and the printed materials for the Business 40 closure transportation resources. PIP Triad was proud to work alongside PART’s marketing department to produce the flyers, rack cards and postcards.
PART received a grant from the NCDOT and Federal Highway Administration to put together new transportation options to go along with the Business 40 closure upcoming in November. During the closure PART will be expanding their transportation options to help commuters traveling into Winston-Salem reduce the stress and challenges of getting to work. Businesses affected by the closure can contact PART for their employees to receive 50% off in PART’s XPass Program or Vanpool Program. They also offer an Emergency Ride Program for XPass and Vanpool members as well as the ShareTheRideNC program to help find a carpool partner. For more information go to www.partnc.org/biz40