Falling Into Fall

Posted on September 30, 2013 by Andy Sopher 0 comments

A common misconception in the banner business when it comes to the Summer season is that it's the busiest time of the year, given all the numerous possibilities for outdoor events and activities to take place. No school, agreeable temperatures, longer days, and pretentiously over-hyped music festivals. If those aren't the best examples for standing outside in the desert during 100 degree weather, directly under the sun, in a crowd full of shirtless-sweaty-hipsters who haven't bathed in three days, I don't know what is.

Seriously, I don't. If you do, could you let me know? That's if you're one of those "weird" people who actually enjoys the Summer. When most of these "weird" people are outdoors trying to participate in some sort of fanatical activity during this time of year, I myself can usually be found trying to hide inside the darkest corner of my house. Wearing nothing but a pair underwear while carefully trying to position three industrial-sized fans on full-blast to point in my general direction, and I still somehow manage break a sweat! It would be an understatement to say that I have a strong aversion towards the sun and the summer, this is due in large part to the fact that I immediately burst into flames when I step out into the sunlight, like some sort of red-headed vampire.

But when this side of planet starts to cool, and all the weirdoes start to pack up their speedos, that's when the real fun truly begins. I'm sure my fellow introverts can empathize, but I absolutely adore cold weather, and not just because of my impressive jacket collection or the fact that I look great in layers. So much beauty can be discovered in nature during the transition of seasons. In the leaves, in the weather, and in the steady decline of shapeless people inappropriately combining half-shirts with Dolfin shorts. Don't even get me started on the people who wear sandals everyday... seriously, do you think they ever look at their feet? (Ew.)

Fall is just around the corner, and this year it brings us one more gift in addition to the beautiful colors and charming weather it normally ministers. This year Fall will provide the complete and total destruction of any and all Seasonal misconceptions being perpetuated by low-information banner enthusiasts. Aside from the naked trees and the Southward Equinox, Autumn is generaly associated with being the primary Harvest season of the year, inspiring many communities to put on outdoor events such as Farmer's Markets, Country Fairs, Pumpkin Patches, and Hayrides. If you're reading this blog post, then there's a good chance that you might be associated with one of these upcoming events. Perhaps you're a vendor or city council representative, looking for a cost-effective and creative way to promote your event. (If not, I can only assume you arrived at this destination through an incredibly convoluted wikipedia-binge)

In either case, there's no need to look further. Banner4Sale has everything you'd ever need to promote your fall event with our custom outdoor banners. With different materials and finishing options, we can fabricate your banner to withstand the vicious rigors of the unforgiving autumn climate, regardless of location. Be it high winds, torrential downpour, snow storms, meteor showers, acid rain, a swarm of locusts, or a 30% chance of precipitation... we here at BANNER4SALE have a cornucopia of options that allows you to create your own banner to be constructed with the sole intention of facing whatever punishment mother nature can dish out head on.


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