- Magnetic lens protects 24" x 36" posters from moisture and is easy to peel back to change signage.
- Frame folds flat for storage and transportation.
- Heavy-duty steel construction has attractive black semi-gloss finish to attract customers.
- Blank header for custom vinyl signage.
Metal A-Board Exhibits (2) 24" x 36" Posters and Custom Headers
This metal a-board is an affordable display option. Use this display to put 24" x 36" posters outside your restaurant or business. This metal a-board is double sided, so potential customers will not miss it. These pavement signs have a magnetic lens to help protect posters from moisture and other elements. This metal a-board has durable steel construction that is finished with a black powder coating. The magnetic lens also makes it easy to change signage. Simply insert your finger through the hole on the back to push up the magnetic lens and change out the poster on this metal a-board.
This display has a blank header for custom signage. Get a vinyl sign custom printed at a local graphics shop to display at the top of this metal a-board. This sign also folds up for easy use. This metal a-board will fold for easy storage and transport. The rubbers stoppers at the bottom will prevent scuffing and sliding. This metal a-board gives users a wide variety of options for display use. Draw in customers from the sidewalk with a flashy advertisement or specials menu. With limitless options, you should add this metal a-board to your signage collection today.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||27.5" x 56.0" x 34.0"|
|Header Width x Height||24.0" x 12.5"|
|Viewable Width x Height||24.0" x 36.0"|
|Placement Style||Floor Standing|
|Media Size||24" x 36"|
|Loading or Door Style||Magnetic|
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