What outdoor message boards offer businesses, churches, schools and any other facility or organization is a clear resource for communicating with those who pass by. This is vitally important during election season, especially if your building acts as a polling place.
In many cases, new voters and the elderly need a little extra guidance, so the outdoor message boards adorned with reminders like “Do not forget to vote this Tuesday, November 6, 2012″ in the days leading up to the election can be incredibly informative, even if they seem obvious to others. On the day of voting, your outdoor message board can act as a demarcation point. This is helpful not just for your English speaking voters, but can be helpfully adorned with the Spanish language announcement, “Vote Aqui.”
Voting is important and a reason for much of our country’s lack of participation in the process is that many feel alienated by their polling place. These helpful signs can be a great way to help voters warm up to the idea.
This openness is not just limited to elections. If you and your organization invest in outside message boards, you are uniquely able to reach people, no matter what your message is. In this election season, it is good to remember we all have a message to put forth.