Whenever I hear the word crezone I picture a fat calzone and get hungry, which is weird I know, because though crezone may sound like something you’d find on a pizza menue, you’d be more likely finding a pizza menue on crezone. A wooden-based sign substrate, crezone may be an old-timer, but it can still walk the walk as well as it can and talk the talk.
It once ruled the highways, owned store-fronts and walkways. Yes, once upon a time crezone was the king of advertising. Today, though, this well-known substrate is the Doc Hudson of Pixar’s Cars, the Steven Tyler of American Idol, and the Kris Jenner of the Kardashians. In other words, its heyday has passed but it refuses to stand down because it can still hold its own and continues to look good while doing it! Don’t let its base fool you either, though crezone is a wooden sign its specially treated, giving it a durability that refuses to rot throughout its life-expectancy of up to eight years outdoors, or its decades of business done inside.
With its thick, laqered finish, crezone has a traditional yet fresh presentability that stands out, and allows for single or double sided advertising.
Crezone is sturdy, which makes it a great choice for outdoor spaces which may be windier than usual.
When purchasing crezone, make sure to ask us about proper mounting, and for tricks to keeping your crezone healthy and looking new!
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