First Impression Graphics was happy to provide Mercy For Animals with key outdoor displays for their 2016 Toronto Pride presence.

The first item was a 10' x 3' - 13 oz. vinyl banner printed full-colour, 1 sided with 1" pockets all along the top and bottom. This allowed for a telescopic pole to be inserted along the top to facilitate parade participants to hold and maintain the banner at waist height along the parade route. The bottom pocket was added for weight to ensure the bottom did not curl up.

The other items were farm animal silhouettes printed in the rainbow colours on 4mm coroplast and digitally icut based on a supplied vector outline. The reverse image for each farm animal was printed and cut so both could be mounted on opposite sides of a pole to be held up high by volunteers.

The last item were 5 flags. These were made of Dura-knit III material with artwork applied using DigiTex technology. The flags were double-sided, right reading with a liner in between to eliminate show through. We finished the flags with a pocket along the one side to allow a 5' x 1" pole to be inserted. The pocket was stapled to the pole to ensure a secured fit. The flags were hemmed and stitched all the way around.

I think you'll agree this provided a consistently and prominently branded presence for MFA during the parade. The crowd response was tremendous and MFA handed out over 9,000 pamphlets along the parade route promoting animal rights.

If you are interested in any of these items, or any other large-format display, for your business or non-profit, please feel free to visit our Contact Us page and fill out our submission form. Or, better yet, call us at 416-910-6122 for a quote.