Chatsworth, California-based S2K Graphics, which designs, manufactures and distributes a variety of signs, banners, graphic elements and point-of-purchase displays, announces that it has been recognized by the Printing Industries Association of Southern California with that organization’s Award of Excellence in the point-of-purchase materials category.
S2K won for its patent-pending, exclusive window decal formulation it calls R–N–B, which stands for “repositionable, no bubbles.”
The company says R–N–B was formulated to combat typical window graphic installation challenges. Whereas traditional window graphics often require two people to properly install them, R-N-B was developed so that retailers need not rely on professional or experienced installation teams to properly apply oversized promotional graphics, the company says.
“We’re tremendously proud of the way this product turned out,” says Dan Pulos, founder and president of S2K Graphics. “As a printer, this was our first attempt at creating our own custom window graphic film. We saw the need for easier and better installation of large graphics on retailers’ windows, and the customer response has been rewarding. We’re currently shipping printed R-N-B oversized decals across the entire U.S. as part of a nationwide window graphic program for a leading fast food chain. With R-N-B, our client can self-install these huge window graphics with professional results. And that adds up to big cost savings and even bigger sales results.”
The company says the product can be reused if removed within 30 days of initial installation and properly stored for future use, and it is priced comparably to other perforated view-thru films.
The was the PIASC’s 14th annual Print Excellence Awards.