In 1909, Royal Enfield expanded its offerings by introducing a small motorcycle with a Swiss origin motor. Fast forward into 1949 where India took to enjoy the look and feel of these genuine products. It wasn’t until 1955 when the Indian Government made the decision to employ their police departments and army forces with the Bullet 350 as the necessary bike for the job.
It was then that the original manufacturer out of , Worcestershire ( Company) had partnered with Madras Motors in India and formed Enfield India where the passing years saw the Bullet dominating the Indian Highways and became increasingly popular year after year. In 1994 the name changed and became Royal Enfield.
Bringing this amazing brand of precision engineering closer to home, Electra Sign was asked to keep the branding intact and create a custom LED sign that would influence motorcycle enthusiasts to a new experience. Read more on the history of Royal Enfield at www.royalenfield.com/ca and then drop by and visit their Manitoba showroom at 41 Higgins Ave. in Winnipeg, MB.
Creating relationships with your pharmacists helps in building stronger communities. Northway Pharmacy is quickly becoming a recognized brand by uniting pharmacies under one umbrella of health. They are the same pharmacies you’ve come to trust over the years and Northway wants to keep it that way.
Understanding the high standards expected, Electra Sign was asked to design and manufacture unique LED signage that would further increase this growing brand. With multiple pharmacists excited to accept this partnership and the shared goal in healthcare, this trusted name is quickly becoming recognized.
Continuing to develop pharmacy practices is what the team at Northway does and whom better to do it with, then your well-known pharmacist.
Visit the Northway Pharmacy website today and learn more about their services and locations in your community.
Sign details: Eco-friendly LED illuminated sign cabinets that feature routed out graphics backed with ¾” thick clear acrylic push thru letters to create a beautiful halo effect at night. Sign cabinets are finished with a high-gloss aircraft quality paint finish to last many years.
Back in 2016 when Banana Boat closed their doors to head South, the owner, Hui Chen and her son Yang Boa decided on South St. Vital. A community ready to enjoy the tastes that people have come to enjoy for decades was about to drop anchor at their new location.
With the help of Hui Chen’s family and friends, a new image and logo were created by Electra Sign in keeping with the traditional focus of the iconic ice cream and dessert. Blending the right colours together and flavours together on the signage, allows the special brand to move forward and capture a growing audience.
In the coming weeks, Electra Sign will once again be there with Manitoba’s only Mobile Digital Message Centres to welcome the new location and patrons. Catch up with this cool experience today at 166 Meadowood Drive in South St. Vital.
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