When Kevin Kitts founded Engaging Signs and Graphics a year ago in Morrisville, N.C., his goal was to create a company with a broad array of solutions for helping customers bring their corporate visions to life. Whether it’s custom-designed/engineered signs, vehicle wraps, wall coverings, trade show booths or a complete identity package, the team at Engaging Signs emphasizes design expertise, a broad range of options and the ability to deliver quality solutions under demanding schedules.
“A sign or a banner is the hallmark for a company, and it’s our mission to help our customers represent their businesses in the best possible way,” said Kitts, whose background includes executive management positions in the communications industry. “We always want to be cost competitive, but our focus is on the customer experience in offering better quality solutions along with speed of service.”
Within its arsenal of signage solutions, Engaging Signs and Graphics includes Bantex Digital Media for premier vinyl banners. The company uses Bantex® Curl Free™ 13oz 2 Sided and Bantex® Curl Free 10oz Blackback™ for its customers who demand the highest quality of banners, including banner stands and free-hanging banners.
“When customers want a retractable banner for a trade show or a banner that will be displayed for an extended time in a challenging environment, such as in a factory, then Bantex is the best choice,” he said. “Bantex is the material we recommend for customers who demand the best quality of vinyl banners.”
A recent customer example is Acme Trading Company of Winder, Ga., which specializes in meticulously detailed replicas of automobilia, collectibles, and scale models of automobiles, cars, boats, Fender guitars and World War II military aircraft. All of Acme’s offerings are based on exhaustive research and development and rigidly controlled manufacturing. When the company participated in an international trade show in Germany, it turned to Engaging Signs to create banners for its booth.
“This trade show was extremely important to Acme Die Cast, and the banners had to reflect the exceptional quality that the company is well-known for,” Kitts said. “We used Bantex for the banners, and the results were exactly what the client wanted. They loved the banners we created by using a premium vinyl material like Bantex.”
In addition to the color and print quality achieved with Bantex, Kitts and his team also enjoy the print efficiency they achieve using Bantex and their HP latex printer.
“Bantex runs superbly on our HP printer,” he said. “It’s a great product to work with and runs smoothly all the time. The overall quality of the material, the suppleness of the banners, the colors and image clarity – our customers feel they get what they pay for when they order banners printed on Bantex.”
Not only does Kitts enjoy working with Bantex materials, he also has confidence in the company behind the product, Herculite, Inc., which is headquartered in Emigsville, Pa.
“Herculite has been a leader in the field for many years, and we trust that they will stand behind their products,” he said.
For more information on Engaging Signs and Graphics, visit www.engagingsigns.com.