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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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Top 10 Track and Field Quotes

Topics: Miscellaneous

In the months leading up to track and field season, we become inundated with requests for record boards and motivational signs. After seeing countless motivational sign designs pass over my desk, I can’t help but feel pumped up!

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Design Tips for Custom Baseball and Tennis Windscreens

There are many practical reasons to update your baseball and tennis fences with a mesh windscreen banner, such as reducing wind flow, blocking unsightly views, and providing a backdrop to help athletes concentrate.

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