It’s that time of year again – time to get selling

by | May 23, 2023 | Features, Promotions | 0 comments

June is the month to put your wellies on and plant your vegetables.

With June quickly approaching it’s time to warm up your allotment holders and shout about all your special offers and great deals on garden tools, seeds and of course your wellies.

No better way to shout about your message and offers than Printed Banners from HFE Signs. All Printed banners come with a free design service – simply send your design brief in a quick email to and sit back and await your free design – it really is that easy!

And, if that isn’t good enough – if you order 2 Printed Banners you will also get a free banner AND Free UK delivery the next working day. [example Three 8x3ft banners £108 (£90+vat) delivered]

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Whilst printed banners are a great cost effective way to get your offers noticed, you can strengthen your promotions, your brand and your entrance with feather flags – feather flags come in a range of styles and sizes with bases to suite all situations.

Once you gain the footfall and your banners and flags have done the trick it’s time to make your seasonal items seen – with a wide range of printed signs ranging from temporary to permanent, HFE Signs have everything you need and remember the design set up is free of charge!

So, don’t sit on your hands sit on your laurels – work out your promotions and visit today and let’s get selling.

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