That’s the advice from small town sign maker Wayne LaMunyon. He says it’s the number one complaint of sign and banner makers everywhere. Small business owners get a logo or a business card with a design, then later they want a banner or a big sign. Way too often, they didn’t keep a copy of the original artwork, and Wayne has to rebuild the logo from their tiny business card copy. For a fee, of course.
So, do yourself and your sign maker a favor. Keep several high resolution copies of your logo or design, digital or hard copy.
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