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5 Reasons to Invest in Roll Out Mats

For student athletes, many lessons can be learned on the court or in the heat of competition. Sporting events and gym classes are therefore a crucial part of your students’ education, but if you have just one gymnasium, it can be challenging to make it work for all types of athletic activities. Plus, it’s likely your gym must frequently and quickly transform back into a space suited for general PE classes, which means you might not want to install anything that would be hard to take down. So how do you provide a safe sporting environment for all different kinds of athletes?

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What You Must Think About when Rebranding Your School

Rebranding a school is quite an extensive process. No matter if you’re creating a new brand from the ground up—new logos, new color scheme, the works—or simply fine-tuning the one you have now, there’s so much to think about. What message do you want to send to your student body with this change in the brand? What about parents? Staff? Logistically, how are you going to go about making sure all your school branding ideas come to fruition? Have you found the right company for the job?

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Make Your Windows Pull Double Duty with Window Graphics

If you’re like many people, you may think the windows of your school serve one purpose: to let in natural light. Of course, natural light serves a multitude of purposes in itself, such as cutting down on lighting bills and boosting student morale, but without windows to let it in, your school is left in darkness. Perhaps the importance of natural light is to thank for the conventional ideas surrounding the functionality of windows.

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Questions to Ask Your Wall Mat Provider Before Buying

Whether you’re just replacing worn-out wall mats or completely overhauling things as part of a school branding procedure, new wall padding can brighten up your facility and keep your athletes safe. By investing in your school’s infrastructure, you’re also sending the message that you care about your students’ wellbeing, which can do great things for school spirit. No matter what angle you look at it from, new wall padding is certainly worth the investment.

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How to Keep Student Athletes Safe in the Gym and on the Field

In the wake of the Coronavirus, everyone is beginning to refocus and double down on safety. If you lead an educational facility, it’s not only germs you have to worry about but injuries too, especially when it comes to students in sports. As character-building and fun as these opportunities can be, it’s undeniable that all sports create the possibility for physical injury.

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School branding: Concepts to Keep in Mind

Many of us, even as working adults, still hold dear memories of our school days, especially when it comes to school spirit. Many of us, in fact, even remember what our school logo looks like, or even still have regalia from those days! This is what effective school branding does: it creates a firm and positive concept of an individual institution in an attendee’s mind, motivating positive attitudes about the school as a whole.

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Concussions: Protecting School Athletes

Concussions: a common injury for players of contact sports everywhere. Though football immediately comes to mind as a sport in which players are liable to face the risk of head injury, everything from soccer to hockey to track and field can theoretically cause significant head trauma if an accident occurs. Even day-to-day gym classes can pose a threat! No athletic activity, regardless of the level at which it is played, is completely risk-free.

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How To Brand Outdoor Facilities

Despite how difficult branding your outdoor athletic facilities can be, it is still necessary to ensure you create the ultimate home-field advantage. Branding your indoor athletic facilities is relatively easy compared to the outdoors. Indoors, you have the options of putting your brand on walls, doors, windows, scoring tables, and everything in between. While there are not nearly as many places to display your brand in your outdoor athletic facilities, with strategic planning, you can ensure you are creating an unbeatable atmosphere for your teams. Here, our safety and design experts at SportsGraphics will discuss the best ways to brand your outdoor athletic facilities so you can create a similar atmosphere to that within an indoor facility.

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Benefits Of Using An Organization-Wide Style Guide

If you are in charge of operating an athletic organization, big or small, you know how important it is to create a culture unlike any other. You want your athletes to be motivated by the past successes of your organization, so they can achieve more in the future. However, if you have an inconsistent brand, outdated graphics, or no brand at all, it can be difficult to build a culture that motivates your athletes and fans alike. You don’t want to have a culture that only motivates your athletes. You want to have a culture that motivates everyone who comes into contact with it. Here, our design and safety team at SportsGraphics will discuss the benefits of adopting a universal style guide for your entire organization.

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What To Consider When Building A Brand

When you are revamping your marketing and branding, there are several things you need to keep in mind. You want your new brand to stick out and garner attention from everyone who sees it. For that reason, you should consult with design experts to create a strategic plan for your brand. While you may have great design aspects in mind, a design professional will be able to help you bring them to fruition and offer advice based on industry trends. Here, our team at SportsGraphics will discuss what you should consider when you are recreating your brand, whether you are coming into it with ideas in mind or not.

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