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Free Roller Banner for Charities

16th Apr 2019

Banner Stands and Display Boards can help to spread the word of your charitable cause and are perfect for brand promotion, event advertising, fundraising or for any other purpose.

Roller banners, also known as pop up banners, are the most popular type of banner stand as they are retractable, compact and easy to use. Most come in their own carry case too making them easy to transport.

From promoting services at an event or exhibition to making an impact with customers in your shop or office, pop up banners are a great marketing tool and really help get your message out there.

Another benefit of a pop up banner is longevity. Unlike an ad in the media or on TV (which can be hugely expensive), or even a flyer, a pop up banner can be used many times. As long as the message is right and it doesn’t have a date or time on it, you can use it over and over again making this relatively cheap marketing tool great value for money.

But of course, money can be a challenge for many charitable causes and that’s why we are extremely grateful to businesses like ExpoCart who are offering a free Roller Banner to charities, schools and other non-profit organisations.

ExpoCart appreciate all of the hard work that these organisations do for good causes and want to do their part to help. They understand the importance of effective promotion through fundraising events to help generate public awareness and donations and hope the free banner will aid this.

Visit https://www.expocart.com/charity-banner for further information.

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