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Looking for a Tune To or Merry Christmas sign. Check this out.








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18x54" Custom Horizontal Vinyl Banner for 1 cent + $8 s&h
ShindigZ.com offers a selection of 18x54" Horizontal Vinyl Customizable Banners for $14.79. Apply coupon code "SSV3XE" to slash it to 1 cent. With $7.95 for shipping, that matches our November mention as the lowest total price we've seen for a custom banner of this size. Coupon expires July 31.

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Shindigz banners are awesome. Got in on one of these deals a few years back. Was expecting a much lower quality than was actually delivered. They are very high quality and look great!

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Tim Fischer wrote:

Shindigz banners are awesome. Got in on one of these deals a few years back. Was expecting a much lower quality than was actually delivered. They are very high quality and look great!


Ditto. Have ordered several over the years too. Thick vinyl. Metal grommets. Have used them out in the snow, rain, and wind without an ounce of damage.
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Thanks for the link. I just ordered two of them for my radio sign. I got one vertical and one horizontal. The vertical banners are not on sale, but I thought that was a good price at the regular price. I hope they show up well with a floodlight on them. Guess I'll find out soon enough. The ship time is really fast.

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I got one of my signs in today. It looks great and is really nice quality. It's pretty big and not sure yet where I'm gonna put it but I love it. The other one I order will be in tomorrow and is vertical. Thanks again for the info about that sale.

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I made a lighted one, that I just finished! And its Compact and Bright! Its made from one pressure treated saw horse painted like a candy cane. And a pressure treated light-box, painted to match. The light-box film was purchase from staples for about $20. And there is 6, 18" long t8 fluorescent light tubes in it, lighting it up. The light box comes off of the saw horse by the red handle on top. So its easy to move around. And the bottom metal track that holds the film is removal-able by two screws, so I can slide it out, to get to the light tubes behind them.

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Here is is in the dark. I'm pretty close, because the light-box is so bright. When I'm not as close, its all blurry and you cannot make it out, on the camera. But this is a night shot! And it does not do justice for how bright it is!


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I like that. I had a couple of lighted ones last year, one hand made and the other using a square ceiling light fixture. They both worked great, but were very plain and not nearly as eye nice to look at during the day as yours.

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Well thanks. Let me say. Its not easy painting pressure treated wood. Unless its really, really dry. And HD sells alot of wet pressure treated wood in our area.

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The original code above expired, but code VSC3CE worked me tonight. Found it online, and it say it was supposed to expire 8/5, but it still seems to be working...

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