This 8’x10′ fabric banner was printed by Color Reflections Philadelphia for the Founders Group International, a management group for over 30 golf courses in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The owners of FGI are located in China, so they wanted a ‘Welcome to Founders Group International’ banner to hang in one of the clubhouses so that when Chinese tourists played golf […]
Color Reflections Hollywood participated in the Life Alliance Run 4 Life 5k. The Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agency pairs donors with recipients as part of University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital. A great time for a great cause!
Our banners are officially presidential! That’s right! The Color Reflections Philadelphia location printed this green triple white fabric banner for North High School in Des Moines, Iowa for President Obama’s visit a few weeks ago. The client then wrapped the banner around a canvas stretcher. How cool is that?!
Pictured below is a pretty cool gas pump mockup for a trade show that Color Reflections Hollywood did for one of their clients selling sanitary gloves for when you pump gas. You can never be too cautious when it comes to germs!
The Color Reflections Hollywood location printed both of these backlit displays for Reeds and Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. With the highest quality printers in the business, it should be no surprise that these images are crystal clear. To find out what Color Reflections can do you for and your business, please contact us today!
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The Color Reflections Hollywood Run For Fun Team participated in the 2015 Ft Lauderdale Tunnel to Towers Run this past Sunday. The run was held in several cities across the country in support of the fallen firefighters from 9/11. Eight of us participated and the proceeds went to the Steven Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation