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Creating Your School’s Style Guide

Creating a style guide unique to your school and athletic programs is crucial in creating an atmosphere that exudes pride and unity for your organization.

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What To Consider Before Buying Roll-Out Mats

Before you decide if you should purchase wall pads, roll-out mats, or other padding, there are a few things you should consider. Depending on the sport you are preparing for, the dimensions of your facility, the storage space you have available, and more, you can only get custom-sized pieces of equipment. Because of these reasons, you should contact our expert team at SportsGraphics to learn more about our services and what our products can do for your facilities. Here, our team will discuss some of the reasons for and benefits of roll-out pads, so you know more of what to expect.

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Creating An Unbeatable Football Atmosphere

In a sports-oriented city, not much can compare to attending a football game under the lights. Though that atmosphere is almost always bound to be great, it can be enhanced. If you were to add something as simple as wall graphics or custom designs to your wall pads or other unique features, you could create a new level of excitement in your facilities.

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What To Consider When Designing Your New Brand

When designing an entirely new brand for your school, there are many things to keep in mind. You want viewers to understand the concept but not be overwhelmed. It needs to be visually appealing and easily relatable for your audience.

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Sprucing Up Your Old Sports Facilities

Many schools throughout the country were built decades ago and are slowly deteriorating. Typically, the most used portions of the school, such as gyms and other athletic facilities, deteriorate more quickly. The frequent use stems from multiple, daily physical education classes, assemblies, practices, dances, games, and more.

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Why You Should Consider Branding Your Facilities

Oftentimes, athletic teams and facilities are the pride and joy of schools. Students, faculty and staff, alumni, and residents of the city represent their school proudly, and need to have the branding to show off their pride. Most schools understand branding is necessary to create an undeniable presence that rivals every competitor. In addition to branding on apparel, branding is most important in your school’s athletic facilities or other buildings. Below, our experts at SportsGraphics will go through easy ways to brand your facilities.

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Benefits of Window Graphics in Your Sports Facilities

Implementing your program’s logos, colors, and mascots on window graphics are an easy, affordable way to show off your school’s pride. Window graphics can cause your school’s colors and logos pop, and when the light streams through the graphics, it creates an aesthetic that cannot be beat.

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Why Proper Padding Reduces Injury Risk

It is hard to talk about certain sports these days without talking about the risks involved. While people associate most injuries with full-contact sports, such as football, hockey, and wrestling, they can occur in any sport. In today’s world, as scientists develop more technology, they are able to understand more of the repercussions that come with certain injuries, such as concussions.

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Make Sure Your Athletic Facilities Are Ready For The Season

Most of us have experienced the thrill that comes with a new sports season. The idea of playing or watching the sport you love is magical, and it is easy to overlook the small details that are crucial to safety and success. While athletic performance is important, the more important aspect is athlete safety and that can often go overlooked in the excitement that accompanies the new season.

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Ideas for Designing Your School Banner

School Banners are designed to make broad, sweeping statements that catch the eye or turn the head in as few words or images as possible. Banners contain succinct proclamations that you make with a very tiny space in which you are attempting to lead someone into action, not just thought. They are designed to mobilize without giving much attention to the design itself.

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