Signs are still an essential part of advertising and sharing information, even in the modern age of e-mail, the Internet, and social media. Despite frequent computer and Internet use, many people, mainly adults, are going out in the real world in towns and cities for work and other activities, and it is during this time that people will see a lot of signs of different kinds. These signs may be for local charities or political ads for local elections, or store signs advertising a new business, or new deals, discounts, or offers at their location. Signs are a major part of marketing for businesses big and small, and for that reason, a lot of money and time has been invested over the years to determine how signs can be used more effectively to get people’s attention and make use of how consumers think and act during their time out of the house. On top of that, signs can be used for churches and synagogues, schools, and GSA (General Services Administration) sites, ranging from police stati
Monday: Lazy Day
Tuesday: Twin Day
Wednesday: One Color Outfit Day
Thursday: Typical Tourist Day
Friday: Class Color Day
The messages that are posted on the LED signs for schools across the country may not seem of much consequence to the average driver, but these updates do have their benefits. When you are a teacher returning home on a late Sunday evening after a weekend conference across the country, the reminder that tomorrow is lazy day helps you catch your breath.
You have always been the teacher who wears a tie to work every day. In fact, your students know that you wear a suit most days. Those students, however, also know that when it comes to Spirit Week the ties an