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The health and safety of our employees, clients, and communities is our number one priority.
As we adjust to the evolving circumstances that COVID-19 presents, we want you to know we are still conducting business to every extent possible. While we are following precautions and guidelines provided by the CDC and public officials, we want you to know we are here to serve you. Much of our team is well-equipped while working remotely and are able to provide the same reliable service you expect. We are prepared to work with you through phone calls, email, video conferences, texts or any other manner of communication that respects the current social distancing guidelines.
Please know that we are ready to assist anyway we can with current orders, as well as, orders you need to place as we push forward.
We will continue to monitor any further developments and will make any adjustments with our employees and clients as our top priority.
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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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As the snow begins to melt, the chances are that it’s time to get ready for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. With that, you need to make sure your playing fields and safety equipment are ready to go to ensure your athletes are safe as the season begins. You should have athletic padding in all the necessary areas, and it should be in good working condition. Additionally, the playing surface needs to be carefully monitored so that no one is hurt running the bases or fielding a ground ball. Here, our safety and design experts at SportsGraphics will discuss the checklist you need to go through to determine if your fields are ready for practice and competition.