Business Branding Tip

Thank You!

The marketplace disruption we have all navigated over the last couple of years has taken a toll and distracted many businesses from nurturing important relationships. Whether it is customers, employees, or vendors and suppliers - our business success rises and falls on relationships.

But now that we are coming out of disruption and finding "new normal", this is a great time to reignite the practices that helped us create business success in the first place.

Focusing on the relationships you have with vendors and suppliers, specifically, consider the following tips to up-level those relations and establish new synergy:

Sending Referrals:   When you send your suppliers a referral, it is something that helps their business.
Flexibility/Planning:    Flexibility provides high value in businesses.  Working with your suppliers and vendors by planning and giving them flexibility in scheduling really helps your business out as much as it does theirs.
Listening/Sharing Information:    The more information you can share with your suppliers for projects on a tight timeline, really helps them out.  Asking them about current lead times on specific items has become especially helpful for everyone the past few years.
Timely Communication:    Many customers share their cell #’s and we share our cell #’s with them.  We all know how life goes, sometimes plans change.  Big thanks to those customers who value and use that direct communication with the mobile device.  We appreciate that, just as much as they do.  

Thank you for your business and don't hesitate to let us know how we  can help you further amplify your brand! 

We highlight another brand image from an Infinity Signs customer -

Mighty Dog Roofing

Infinity Signs recently completed a project that they were very excited about.  They received a request from father and son duo Jeremy and Blake Parkinson, owners of Mighty Dog Roofing in Idaho.  They wanted a noticeable solution to get their brand out and on the road, Infinity had the perfect idea.

Mighty Dog was patient enough to wait for Infinity to move in to their new shop and finally transformed Mighty Dogs Ford F-150 and business pylon into a billboard at a fraction of the price!

Jeremy and Blake couldn’t have been more pleased with the results!

Since Mighty Dog had the material ready for Infinity, no design was needed.  Instead, Infinity installed the full truck wrap and pylon, maintaining their brand image and became more noticeable than ever!

Putting our training, equipment, and support to good use, Infinity got the entire wrap and pylon sign installed perfectly!  Mighty Dog's owners cannot be happier with their new wrap and will be sure to use Infinity Signs again for more brand recognition in the future.

Andy's Idaho

Andy has some Hard Water Fishing Fun, aka, Ice Fishing!

Lucky that you are living in Idaho, there are all sorts of outdoor winter sports to enjoy: Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, maybe even an overnight snowshoe adventure into one of the forest service Yurts around Idaho City.    

Andy has a couple of thoughts to consider from his experience.
Safety is #1.  For sure, people can walk out on 3” - 4” of solid ice safely, but it sure feels better walking out on 6”- 8” of ice!  KNOW YOUR ICE CONDITIONS when and where you go every time.

Having Fun –            
How to get started:The article above from Idaho F&G has some great tips to get going, but Andy recommends another path if ice fishing is something you have been thinking about trying it out, but don’t have the gear or want to buy it all first. You probably know someone in your family or circle of friends who goes ice fishing that would be glad to take you out ice fishing and they have the gear, or they know someone who will.  Ice fishing people are some very nice folks who like to get out and just relax in the outdoor scenery.

Another option is to schedule a guided fishing trip with Tackle Tom’s in Cascade, Idaho for your initial ice fishing experience.

March is about the end of most ice fishing in Idaho, so if you haven’t made it out this winter, checkout Cascade Lake soon or plan for next winter.

Copy and paste this link into your browser to see what Idaho Fish and Game has to say about Ice Fishing opportunities.

After 10 years at our old location on Airway Court, Infinity Signs has moved!  With the growth we have experienced, we needed some new digs to expand our work capacity.  A larger shop, wrap bay and office spaces were in dire need and we finally pulled the trigger on the move.

874 Citation Court STE E.  Just head east on I-84 to the outlet mall exit at Gowan rd.  Turn right, over the bridge, make your first right and you're there!  Come pay us a visit!