You cannot advertise restaurants on Green signs. Green signs are usually for driver guidance. However you could advertise them on Blue signs which are designated for driver convenience. In some areas these are also green. I've also seen them brown. A sign shop maybe able to answer that question for you.
Put signs in the window that announce your reduced prices, or specials of the day. Also have people stand on nearby busy corners or streets with signs about your restaurant. Advertise with local radio stations, or the local newspapers who have restaurant reviews. Donate old or surplus food to schools or churches that will tell people where it came from.
Several studies have been done on what makes for the easiest to read signs. Red and Yellow are extremely popular and that is why a lot of traffic signs are those colors. Green also has high visibility though, which is why US Interstate Highways signs are green and is viewed as a more relaxing color than red.
Signs which denote Interstate Highways are red, white, and blue.
Paris was the first to use neon signs to advertise shops and products.
Green signs are not warning signs. They are signs that tell you it is "safe" to do something.
The colors for the Subway restaurant signs are white, yellow and black. The restaurant chain assembles their sandwiches on the spot and uses fresh products.
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On U.S. highways, green signs with white text are generally for navigational information: Upcoming exits and junctions, freeway entrance and exit signs, and street signs.
People use neon to advertise signs, electron tubes lamps etc
Advertise, tell your friends, put up signs, have bake sales, etc etc
Craftspeople set out signs to advertise their wares.
Plastic signs are often used to get a point across. Some signs are used for real estate, for voting for political parties, or to advertise a business.
Safety signs are green because green has been adopted as a color indicating safety. This may derive from the fact that traffic lights use green to indicate that is it "safe" to drive through an intersection.
Guide signs are large Rectangular green signs with white lettering that indicate distance and route direction. "A"
Yes, it is. They advertise that they are the only "genuine" and "scam free" roulette website! What does that tell you? When was the last time you saw McDonald's advertise that they are the only "genuine" and "fake meat free" restaurant? One of the surest signs of a scam is when they assure you it is not! That, and the whole "you can win three million dollars at roulette" thing! Why are they bothering to tell you about it, when they could be making more millions? And how come all the roulette sites and places haven't gone bankrupt?
You can find new customers for your haulage company by advertising in new areas. One place you can advertise is the Internet. You can also put signs up and advertise in newspapers in neighboring cities.
Political signs are intended to campaign for a certain political candidate and increase their publicity. By having cheap political signs, a candidate can easily advertise their campaign for a reasonable price and spread their name to a wide expanse of people.
They are green so that a human's eyes will get distracted by the color and it will look at the sign.
Apparently the only island having major thoroughfares is Oahu. All the rest have only state highway indicators. As to why the signs display interstate markings when there is no other state to cross could be explained as the signs do not really identify the thoroughfares as an interstate, but simply as an inter-island thoroughfare, aided in funding by the U.S. government.
Green traffic signs usually indicate directions. Exit and Entrance signs for the expressway, distances to cities and towns, mile markers, etc.
Not all fire exit signs are red or green, but they must use high-contrast lettering and backgrounds. Under the UL standard for internally illuminated exit signs, they must be either red or green, each of which provides high contrast to a white background, or when used as white letters on a red or green background.