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Mad March: Buy a Roll Get a Free Banner Stand

Free retractable banner standWe’re not sure what it is about March, but madness is always around the corner, and here’s the latest: Buy a roll of LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric or LexJet 11 Mil Blockout PolyGloss and you’ll get a free Mosquito 800 Retractable Banner Stand.

This March Madness promotion is only available online with a limit of one per customer and it ends on March 31. Use promo code PGPSM when you go online to take advantage of this special promotion.

The Mosquito 800 Retractrable Banner Stand comes in three base widths – 31.5″, 47.25″ and 59″ wide – and comes complete with the base, snap-top rail, three-piece bungee poles and a carrying bag. It has an anodized silver finish, twin swivel feet for balance and stability and is lightweight.

LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric is a 14-mil bright-white polyester fabric with a blockout layer that provides greater opacity. Compatible with aqueous and latex inks, the fabric lays flat, minimizing edge curl and making it easy to work with in production.

“The image quality with the Poly Select Blockout Fabric is really good,” says Joe Batten, owner of JojoMonster Graphics in Venice, Calif. “We recently used it to print hanging banners at a charity event. We needed something lightweight that we could add rigidity to with pole pockets and dowels, and we didn’t want the light to show through and prevent the image from looking good on the printed side.”

LexJet 11 Mil Blockout PolyGloss includes a gray back coat for added opacity so that less light shines through the back of the graphics. It can be used as a cost-effective alternative to the typical polyester inkjet materials for trade show and retail display graphics, as well as long-term indoor and short-term outdoor banners.

The water-resistant material has a bright-white inkjet-receptive coating that provides additional color and contrast. It is available in a variety of widths (75-foot roll lengths) and are compatible with the latest aqueous inkjet printers from Canon, Epson and HP.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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