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The following banner is an example of a table banner that extends over the top of the table, as opposed to just the front. This banner was digitally dye-sublimated onto a matte polyester fabric for Braking AIDS, a non-profit that organizes bike rides to raise money for AIDS research.
YAI is a great organization devoted to the needs of people with disabilities. They provide job placement and other services to help the disabled live productive, happy and healthy lives. Their graphic was printed and then mounted to a foamboard substrate so that it could be displayed in a lobby. This particular foamcore sign uses a 'Mighty Mount' at the base to allow it to be free-standing.
We recently made a fence banner for Boy Scout Troop 544 of New Hyde Park, and they were kind enough to send us a picture of their banner being used. Ace Banner has a few employees who were Boy Scouts so making this particular banner was a real treat.
This banner is an example of an appliqued banner and is finished with grommets.
Sophia’s Cure Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity founded by Catherine and Vincent Gaynor shortly after their daughter was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. The foundation was created to assist in funding for clinical research towards finding a cure for SMA and to offer support to families affected by this disease by providing advocacy, awareness, education and support.
The banner behind them is our standard 8'x8' vinyl step-and-repeat banner.
The Wounded Warrior Project's vision is "to create the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded warriors in this nation's history." What started out as a non-profit organization sending out care packages to wounded U.S. soldiers has grown into a comprehensive rehabilitative effort to assist warriors as they recover and transition back to civilian life.
These series of vertical banners were made for Advent Church. These are nice examples of advertising banners in that they announce the location of the church, and they make a great use of color. The contrast here is excellent. These are also examples of kind of banner install called 'top-bottom' poles. Banners installed in this way don't move in the breeze, so they tend to last longer. These sorts of banners tend to be narrow.
Here's a group photo featuring a parade banner that was made for The Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS (APICHA). This is a relatively large parade banner, but it can also serve double duty as a wall banner for other events. We recommend that parade banners be approximately 30 inches in height so that they are easier to hold and carry during a parade.
Team Gigi is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money to fund pancreatic cancer research. The non-profit was created in memory of Gigi Shanes-Hernandez by her daughter and husband.
To find out more about Team Gigi, or to donate to her cause, please visit her website here.