• Vehicle Graphics & Wraps
  • Illuminated Cabinet Signs and Backlit Graphics
  • Displays for Marketing Events and Trade Shows
  • 3 dimensional signage
  • Window Graphics
  • Vinyl, poly and mesh banners
  • Wall Graphics
  • Interior Office Signage
About Us
SIGN A RAMA Honolulu

SIGN A RAMA Honolulu is your full service shop for signs in Hawaii. We use the latest technology and highest quality products to produce custom signs, banners and graphics for your business. 

 

We are conveniently located across the street from Ala Moana Shopping Center at 510 Piikoi St. W115. Click on Map for directions. 

What's In The News

Signs Are Effective

Your sign is an integral part of your advertising program along with the other forms of commercial communication such as television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and billboards.

There are four basic criteria used to judge the effectiveness of these advertising media: (1) coverage of the trade area, (2) repetition of a message, (3) readership of a message, and (4) cost per thousand exposures of a message. Two other criteria important for the small business owner are (5) availability and (6) ease of use. Let's see how signs measure up to the above criteria.

 

1. Signs are oriented to your trade area. Signs do not waste your resources by requiring you to pay for wasted advertising coverage. The people who see your sign are the people who live in your trade area.

 

2. Signs are always on the job repeating your message to potential customers. Your on-premise sign communicates to potential customers twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, week after week, month after month, year after year. Every time people pass your business establishment they see your sign. The mere repetition of the message will help them remember your business.

 

3. Nearly everyone reads signs. Signs are practical to use for nearly everyone is used to looking at signs and using signs, even small children. Studies have shown that people do read and remember what is on signs. When special items are displayed, sales increase for these particular items within the store.

 

4. Signs are inexpensive. When compared to the cost of advertising in some other media, the on-premise sign is very inexpensive. The cost-per-thousand-exposures for various media in a given type of community is maximized with signs. Unless your trade area encompasses an entire city or region where you must rely upon broad based media coverage, there is no better advertising dollar value than your on-premise sign.

 

5. Signs are available to each and every shop owner. There is no need to schedule the use of your sign. Your sign is available to you whenever you need it and to be used however you please.

 

6. Signs are easy to use. No special skills or resources are needed to operate a sign once it has been installed. If it is an illuminated sign, all you need to do is flip the switch and that may not be necessary with timing equipment. Once the initial expenditures are made no special resources or professional services are needed. You need only operate and maintain your sign.

 

 

(source: SBA.gov)

"Why should I have a sign?" is a question often asked by business owners. The answer will vary depending on your business type and format. In a highly impulse oriented business, good signage can be the difference between the success or failure of the business. The profile of your trade area also impacts your signage needs. Good signage can increase a business's opportunity for success.

Signs are the most affordable means of advertising for many businesses, and most businesses -new or not -- don't have a dollar to waste. The United States Small Business Administration Bulletin Number 101 on signage for businesses says, "...signs are the most effective, yet least expensive form of advertising for the small business." What's more, signs are always on the job for you, advertising 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

A business must have an on-premise sign to be to most successful. So, what is an "on-premise" sign, and why the focus on that particular type? An on-premise sign is:

"A communication device whose message and design relates to a business, an event, goods, profession, or service being conducted, sold, or offered on the same property as where the sign is erected."

Simple enough, and there are dozens of examples of the many types of on-premise signs in our "View Our Products" section for your review.  And please call us for more information on ordinances for signs in Honolulu.

Powered by SignSite©