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Tear Drop Banner Flags - Distinctive Marketing Displays


What Makes Teardrop Banner Flags Different?

Teardrop banner flags are marketing showstoppers, perfect for promoting businesses, products, exhibition booths, special sales, and all sorts of events—tournaments, concerts, and food festivals.

The teardrop shape makes these banners stick out in a crowd, attracting potential customers whether on the street or in places with high-volume traffic such as trade shows and shopping malls. Their distinctive arch also allows them to be fully open 100% of the time and prevents them from fluttering or moving around.
Teardrop Banner Flags Deliver Branded Messages

Teardrop banner flags can be purchased in various sizes and designed to deliver a branded message, complete with a logo, a small amount of text and specific Pantone colors. You can even print on both sides of teardrop banner flags, so your message can be seen from 2 directions. Typically, this saves costs as it reduces the number of banners required.
How to Display Teardrop Banner Flags

Teardrop banner flags are put together quickly and easily with (1) a banner, (2) a flagpole to hold the banner, and (3) a stake or base to keep the flagpole in place. Whether you use a stake or a specific type of base, will depend on the location and surface—grass, dirt, sidewalk or flooring.

The Ground Stake works well on grass or dirt. Check for sprinkler pipes or other possible obstructions, then simply hammer the ground stake deep into the grass or dirt.

The Cross-Base is built with a heavy-duty X-stand which makes it suitable for indoor venues—convention centers or stadiums—or outside on the sidewalk or any asphalt surface. Additional weights such as sand-bags should be placed at the base to ensure stability.

The Square Steel Plate Base is barely noticeable as it sits completely flat on the floor, making it simple to hide by sliding it under a table, drawer or tent. Use this type of plate indoors or outside.

The Car Wheel Base enables car dealers to promote their businesses. By setting the base under a wheel, the teardrop banner flag can be placed next to a car for high visibility.


How to Care for Teardrop Banner Flags

With proper care, teardrop banner flags that are used periodically could last 4+ years. Those displayed outdoors for 8+ hours will fade faster and may need to be replaced every 9 to 12 months. In fact, the banner flags tend to fade more quickly in states such as California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona where heat and dry weather affect them. Additionally, take precautions such as removing the teardrop banner flags during high winds to prevent the flagpole from snapping.
Tear Drop Banner Flags are Lightweight and Portable

Teardrop banner flags are lightweight and easy to handle. Often, you can purchase kits with multiple flagpoles that telescope together and, along with the banner flag and base, fit comfortably into a carry-bag. Given their attention-grabbing shape and ease-of-use, these banner flags are ideal for promoting your event or taking your trade show on the road.

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