We recently worked with Applied Research Associates, Inc. to create a digital trade show booth. This custom kit includes a back wall display with lighting, a monitor/TV mount, literature display stand, and a counter-height table. The graphics are printed in vibrant color on high-quality fabric that resists wrinkles and makes assembly easy.
ARA is an employee-owned scientific research and engineering company dedicated to solving critical national problems to improve our safety, security, and way of life.
PIP Triad was excited to partner with Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation to create a backdrop floor display for their Legs for Life 5K! The proceeds from this signature event supports their Wellness Fund to be directed to community wellness and chronic disease prevention programs for adolescents and adults. Save the date for June 6, 2020 to participate in the race!
Our new promotional floor mat provides a lasting impression of your brand. These mats are perfect for point-of-purchase programs, food and beverage displays, events, trade shows, and product advertisement. Impervious to sunlight, these long-lasting logo mats are suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
When Ann, the owner of The Feathered Nest, began a refresh of her store, she contacted us for ideas. The banner that was installed when the store opened had served its purpose gallantly, but it was time for a permanent sign along with a bright, fresh paint color. After Ann decided on the color to paint the brick, we chose colors for the sign to pull it all together and updated the logo. A new vinyl graphic just like the building sign and large address numbers for the glass entry completed the look. This new look makes The Feathered Nest much more visible to passersby. Contact PIP Triad/Triad Signs today to help you with your Spring update!
Here’s the before and…
The Feathered Nest is located in Irving Park Plaza on Battleground Avenue in Midtown Greensboro. The shop specializes in ladies clothing, accessories, and gifts.
The community joined together to support Ansley in her fight with childhood leukemia!
Every sponsor and runner made it possible to be able to present this family with $5,000.
Special thanks to Elon PD, Burlington Fire, and Alamance County Rescue for your time and ensuring everyone was safe. Dicks Sporting Goods – thanks for the generous donations and prizes.
There are many, many more and we thank you all in making the 3rd Annual The Fight Continues 5K a success.
This PVC cutout of Dr. Floyd Scott will be on display in the Scott Family Collection in the Gee Building on the main campus of Alamance Community College. The collection features the five main areas of leadership that the Scotts have excelled in over the past century: medicine, agribusiness, religion, public service, and education. PIP Triad is honored to be a part of showcasing Dr. Floyd Scott’s legacy.
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Title: Director, Triad Signs
Address: 825 S. Main St., Burlington 27215
Education: Associate’s, Gupton Jones College, Atlanta
Why Selected: Williams is responsible for new business development at Triad Signs (a division of PIP Triad). After his first year, the company’s sales increased by 354 percent. In 2017, the sales grew another 130 percent. Williams is a volunteer firefighter with the Swepsonville Fire Department and creator of the Legs for Lungs 5K that raised more than $15,000 for the Denise Marie Flaherty Memorial Foundation, a nonprofit in Elon that helps families fighting cancer.
If you could roll back time, what moment would you revisit to experience again or to change? I would go back to my college years and go further with my studies. Education is much harder to obtain later in life and knowledge is one of those things you can’t have enough of.
How can the Triad better retain young professionals? Communicating with younger employees about how they fit into the company’s current and long-range plans could contribute significantly to overall productivity and provide constructive criticism and career advice.
Most meaningful volunteer activity? Being apart of the Swepsonville Fire Department allows me to serve my community and help others in times of need.
I am passionate about… helping others. Kindness is an investment that always pays back dividends.
What is your favorite game and why? Phase 10. I always beat my mother-in-law (even though she cheats).