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As Valentine’s Day approaches, I’m trying to plan my activities for the big day. Usually, my husband and I visit a favorite restaurant and take time out of our busy schedules to spend with each other. When planning my day, I’m often lured by various signs displayed by local retailers. For instance, a restaurant owner might display a sign in his or her window listing Valentine’s Day dinner options. Or a florist might put up a sign near the road that advertises special incentives on roses. If you own a small business, consider taking advantage of Valentine’s Day customer traffic by advertising your offerings with a professional sign. On this blog, you will discover the types of signs that capture customers’ attention on Valentine’s Day.

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