Pauls Corner, April 2018

PAULS CORNER, APRIL 2018

Winter is almost in the rearview mirror, but the last of the snowbirds recently flocked to Vail, CO to witness and participate in snowboarding’s biggest event of the year.

Britten produced hundreds of jobs for this annual event, including flags, mesh & fabric banners, wayfinding signs, stage graphics, and more.

One new addition was our Foam3D™ sign — the letters turned out great, and was a huge hit! It was the perfect photo opportunity for fans as they entered the event.

M22 / BriteWall LED Display

In downtown Traverse City, this BriteWall backlit display has been welcoming locals and tourists alike to M22’s flagship store for over three years.

Compared to traditional fluorescent systems, new advances in LED technology allow displays like these to last longer and run more efficiently, looking brighter at night while costing less to operate.

Changing graphics is a snap, so you’re able to showcase your seasonal offerings all year long with minimal effort.

Let Us Do the Heavy Lifting!

The Britten Team recently returned from the Windy City where designers and marketers converged on McCormick Place to learn more about the latest products and trends for retail at the GlobalShop 2018 trade show.

Our booth featured a 10×20 customized BoxPop™ shipping container, featuring a rooftop deck and a mobile retail experience that’s a brand new way to bring your brand to the people.

Additionally, attendees were excited to have their picture taken with our muscular Foam3D™ statue and curl some heavy looking weights that were actually about as light as a feather.

Custom Artwork for Building Wraps

On Madison Avenue in NYC, Douglas Elliman Real Estate wanted to cover up their renovation with a beautiful custom building wrap, and our artists were able to help.

This project was recently featured in New York’s CityRealty magazine, along with several other custom building wraps that Britten has produced in Manhattan over the last several years. (Remember that time we wrapped the Plaza Hotel?)

If you’re interested in creating your own custom design, please contact us about your upcoming project.

Bringing You Summer Since 1901

Baseball is back, and Tigers fans are eager to check out The “D” Shop at Comerica Park.

A new set of window graphics were recently applied to the glass using our ViewThru™ perforated decal that looks great facing the street and the inside of the ballpark, but allows guests to see outside.

Britten Trivia: the very first banner ever produced by founder Paul Britten was a hand-painted beauty that he entered into a contest (and won!) for tickets to the 1984 World Series.

Here’s to another season, and best of luck to all of the teams on their chase for the pennant!

How can we help with your next creative project?

With over 400,000 sq. ft. of production space and a diverse range of capabilities, Britten is ready to fulfill your creative request.

We sincerely appreciate you and your patronage and wish you the very best.

Cordially,

Paul