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Our Look at the State of Athletic Graphics & Facility Improvements

A special update from our Owner, Shaun Fitzgibbons, about the future of the industry.

In the last decade, our team has seen tremendous change in how we market our graphics and how we serve our customers. We have witnessed a movement in the world of athletics where competition is at an all-time high — and not just one the field! Schools have realized that the recruitment battle starts before an athlete even steps on a field.

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How Athletic Directors Set Their Baseball Field Apart

Just like the games being played out on the field, maintaining a clean, modern athletic facility is a competitive sport. Having a professional, sharp-looking ballpark will really set your program apart. With Spring Baseball and Softball upon us, keep in mind these three effective additions that will help your program differentiate itself from the competition.

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Don’t Strike Out with an Uninspiring Ballpark


Overcome These Common Issues When Displaying Baseball & Softball Graphics

Baseball and softball fields present some unique challenges when you’re trying to display impactful graphics like team championships or athlete accomplishments. Baseball and Softball fields are quite large and require a long viewing distance. Generic fences typically surround the facility, and field is often far from the parking lot or school, so finding the field can be difficult. Here are three common issues found at ballparks and how to get past it.

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Controlling The First Impression of Your Athletic Facilities

First impressions are such an important aspect of your stadiums and tennis courts. It’s an impactful, nonverbal way to set the tone for visiting teams and fans. Don’t miss this great opportunity to establish your program from the moment your rival teams step off the bus.

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Carrollton High School Prepares for Spring with a Baseball Record Board

Topics: Record Boards

This time of year always makes us think baseball. Spring is just around the corner, pitchers and catchers are reporting, and baseball coaches are interested in record boards for the upcoming season. With that in mind, here is a spotlight on a baseball record board we built for Carrollton High School in Missouri.

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