Sign & Digital Graphics

July '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2017 • 15 Nimlok Chicago Receives National Marketing Excellence Award Nimlok Chicago, the exclusive dis- tributor for the Chicagoland area for Woodridge, Illinois-based exhibit dis- play company Nimlok, announces that it has received a 2017 Compass Award of Merit for marketing excellence in the Marketing and Sales Collateral category from the Transportation Marketing & Sales Association. The Compass Awards program annually recognizes the best and most relevant marketing and sales initiatives within the transportation and logistics industry. The program features 15 sub- mission categories covering a range of sales and marketing areas. BrightSign's Players Drive Sept. 11 Museum Displays Los Gatos, California-based digital signage media player manufacturer BrightSign announces that it was recently chosen to provide updated digital signage for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in lower Manhattan, New York City. The organization overseeing the memorial chose BrightSign to supply the digital signage hardware and New York City-based Smart Digital Solutions was chosen to provide systems integration and support. This was the first in a series of phases in which the museum is upgrading its digi- tal media in order to enrich the visitor experience. According to BrightSign, its play- ers now power a third of the museum's digital signage, feeding informational and interactive content to approximately 30 displays located throughout all seven floors of the subterranean museum. Gemini Announces Stainless Steel Fabrication Capabilities Cannon Falls, Minnesota-based Gemini, manufacturers of dimensional letters, logos and plaques, announces its new precision fabrication capabilities in stainless steel. According to the company, this technique allows for dimensional let- ters and logos with narrow strokes in combination with deep returns. It says that intricate letters and logos from 2" to 3" high can be precision-crafted with strokes as narrow as 3/8" and returns as deep as 6". The company says it can produce fabricated stainless steel let- ters and logos in as few as 10 days with unlit, face-illuminated, or halo-illumi- nated configurations available. There is good reason automotive paint protection films are made from polyurethane: superior weather resistance, conformability and gloss. Now urethane performance is available for vehicle wraps and fleet graphics – and with no pvc, halogens or phthalates to harm the environment. When you're faced with a high-performance wrap job, ask your film supplier for urethane print media and overlaminate films. demand polyurethane graphic films for your toughest wrap jobs go beyond vinyl ™ www.swmintl.com 413-772-2564 This car ran the 2016 Audi R8 LMS Cup season wrapped in SWM's ArgoGraph ® print media & overlaminate films

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