Paul’s Corner, February 2019

Injector Decals for Daytona International Speedway

AdventHealth: Preparations are underway at Daytona International Speedway, and one of the major updates include the rebranding of the Florida Hospital injector. Now called AdventHealth, over 25,000 sq. ft. of specialty decal was procured, printed, and installed in advance of the 2019 NASCAR race season.

Part of the challenge included applying the decal to corrugated steel. The artwork had to be expanded several inches to make up for the uneven surface. Thanks to our partners at Daytona and B3 Marketing, Inc. for bringing us along for the ride!

Props for Trade Shows

The Special Event: Keeping with a Cuban theme, Britten recently exhibited to event planners with a booth including floor decals, a Foam3D™ Mojito, oversized limes, and a giant cigar that appeared all over social media. #TSE

Construction Graphics

Building & Scaffolding Wraps: Before starting any construction project, contact us for mesh banners, decals for barricades, and expert project management. From site surveys to installation, we can help!

BannerDrop® Ceiling Hoists

Raise & Lower Banners at the Press of a Button: heavy duty BannerDrop® ceiling hoists can lift display articles weighing as much as 140 lbs., making it easy to install revenue-generating banners in hard to reach areas.

LED Backlit Systems

Interior & Exterior Backlit Displays: BriteWall™ turns regular graphics into beautiful, attention grabbing displays. Indoors or out, Britten’s incredibly vibrant backlit prints make your advertising messages pop!

How can we help with your next creative project?

We believe our job is more than just printing and shipping orders. Our job is to bring you creative solutions, guide you through the entire process, answer any questions you may have, and always deliver the highest quality.

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