- Use only wet-erase or liquid chalk markers
- Includes slide in and out header for displaying your company logo
- Features metal piano hinges for portability
- 24" x 28" white board for detailed messages and images below the header.
- Solid oak wood frame matches many indoor and outdoor environments.
Sidewalk Signs Are Compatible Only With Wet-Erase or Liquid Chalk Markers
These sidewalk signs are the best method for drawing passersby into your retail establishment! The sandwich boards are often used in nightspots, bistros, cafes, retail shops and at streetside entrances. These sidewalk signs feature a minimalist frame of wood, blending in at any location. Our company recommends using wet-erase markers with these whiteboard sidewalk signs. They're easy to erase with a damp cloth. Their header space gives you space for a custom logo or slogan, or you can write catchy headlines directly on the header surface! The sidewalk signs are ideal promotion methods for announcing special entrees or cocktails to your patrons. These menu boards, sidewalk signs consist of a white board framed in solid oak. They among the least expensive and most compact, visible techniques for advertising upcoming events and menu specials. Sidewalk signs, also known as restaurant promotions and easel boards, give you the freedom to update your announcements whenever you want!Please Note: These marker boards are meant for use with our neon wet-erase and liquid chalk markers. They are not meant for use with dry-erase markers, which would leave a residue.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||25.5" x 42.0" x 26.0"|
|Header Width x Height||23.5" x 6.5"|
|Placement Style||Floor Standing|
|Loading or Door Style||Open Face|
|Bulletin Surface Width||23.5"|
|Bulletin Surface Height||28.0"|
|Bulletin Surface Color||White|
|Type||Wet Erase, Liquid Chalk|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Titanium Dioxide, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.