Windless Double Sided Pin Flags are printed full color and custom designed for each event, with either text or logos for sponsor recognition. They can have separate images on either side. They are easy to install and slide right over the poles at the golf course.
Our tournament was a great success – 140 participants, 20 of them amputees! Everyone seemed to have a great time, but my camera was not working and somehow I forgot to save the photo page of golfers that appeared the next day in The Buffalo News! If I can get my hands on a copy, I’ll send it on to you.
What I like best about working with you is how easy you make it! As soon as I send you an image for a sign, you send me a proof! Once you have our approval, you send the signs post haste. Nothing to complain about there. The only challenge is getting images in the proper format from our sponsors. Not all of them have ad agencies that create and provide them the files.
Probably the most challenging part of running the event is time! We are volunteers and I am only one of two of us “working” for the tournament. I am “retired” so I have more time available than many others, but when the crunch arrives, there just aren’t enough hours to produce all the computerized materials needed – from registration to recording payments to scoring to . . . you name it! I’m not sure that there’s anything you can do to help; I just have to get more systems in place.
Next year’s event is Monday, July 1st. We should begin collecting sponsor logos, etc. somewhere around mid-May, I think.
Thanks for helping make the signage one of the easier projects!
Everything went great! Jeane and Khee were great to work with. We will be using your company again for next year’s golf outing. We do all of the marketing pieces in-house, but we’ll certainly order the signs from you. I’ll call you closer to time.
The invoice has been forwarded to the school’s business office. Expect about a week for payment.
A special thanks to Leon Joseph and Mark McCoy for their hard work in providing us a quality product, especially during the last minute chaos that required a few additional signs.