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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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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 However, if you have an inconsistent brand, outdated graphics, or no brand at all, it can be difficult to build a culture that motivates your athletes and fans alike.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.