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Case Study:KFC

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A business without a sign, is a sign of no business & at KFC they have been doing plenty of business. EM Signs have been working with KFC for over 30 years with effective outdoor advertising & store identification.

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Our effective low cost signage is always in sight, day & night. Combine this with quality structure & durable moulded polycarbonate for maximum strength & exposure has proven a great success for one of our major corporate clients.

EM Signs were the first signage company within Australia to be able to provide KFC with a full turnkey signage solution with the experience, equipment & the latest technology which saved KFC having to import moulded polycarbonate from the USA, saving them time & money.

Since this time we have continued to provide KFC with highest quality signage product at the best possible price, from trading hour decals to large KFC bucket monument signage & everything in-between, supplied & installed to over 600 stores right across the country.

KFC & EM Signs continue to strive by providing our clients with the best possible product, service & are innovators and leaders of our industry.

Is your signage working for you?

Or does it create a barrier between your business and your customers? Just like KFC have done, discuss your requirements with our experienced team and we will tailor the best solution for your needs.

 

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