Smooth Bright Finish on Replica Crayon Signs Shout Preschool Fun

Signs By Benchmark creates multiples of colorful preschool sign design

Nothing expresses the excitement of early learning like brightly colored crayons. And crayons are exactly what Sign Source of Ada, Oklahoma focused on in its sign design for a Headstart Early Childhood Development program.

Signs By Benchmark EPS Foam replica crayon preschool signKnowing of the Signs By Benchmark (a division of Benchmark Foam) team’s creative bent and keen anticipation of a challenging project, Sign Source didn’t hesitate to make contact.

The project called for six identical, double-sided monument signs – each featuring a 103” wide Dibond panel supported on either side by 78” replica crayons – one red, one blue.

Working with expanded polystyrene (EPS) cellular plastic, the Signs By Benchmark team created the twelve massive crayons, then went to work achieving a sleek, smooth surface in preparation for the five color stippled finish.

“The challenge was definitely achieving a smooth finish,” said Matt Frey, Signs By Benchmark General Manager. “We’ve had the chance to hone our skills on several projects now, so our team didn’t hesitate to jump at this one.”

Signs By Benchmark replica crayon preschool signAssembled, then hard coated to provide durability that will protect the end customer’s investment, the signs are lightweight – making installation a breeze.

“The Signs By Benchmark team was great to work with,” said Terry Janda of Sign Source. “The project went very well.”

Could your local school benefit from new, lasting signage that helps promote learning concepts? If so, view photos of the Signs By Benchmark team’s work at www.SignsByBenchmark.com, then call them at 800-658-3444 or 605-886-8084 to discuss exciting options.

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