Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Low Down.

The two lake signs from last week's post sure got the phone ringing and the emails flying.  How do we order a sign?  Can I still order a sign and get it by Christmas?  Can you tell me how this works?  How do I pay you?

All great questions which we will attempt to answer in today's post.

First, below are a few of our most popular designs for lake, beach, pool and tiki lounge.  We also have signs in many other categories: ranch/western, hunting/fishing/cabin, Hawaiian/tropical, mermaids, hot rods, pubs/taverns, kitchen/misc household and more.

Maps available for select lakes - not all lakes are currently available.  Let us know
which lake you're interested in and we will check the availability.

Here's the Scoop: 
ORDER BY 12 NOON BY 12/7/2010

 Signs come in several sizes, some in wood or metal (no price difference) and have different options for personalization  Click HERE to see more images. 
In general, anywhere you see a name, location or body of water - this is the line we personalize for free.
If you click the link above, the areas on each sign are noted by a hash mark.

To order, we need the sign number, size, your choice of wood or metal and the personalization for each field and a UPS address if we are drop shipping it.

You can order by sending us an email:
Call us at the store:  214-748-4500
Visiting the Store:  2100 Irving Blvd, Dallas
Visit us in Canton this weekend:  Row 46

We can take payment over the phone or send you a Pay Pal Invoice.

And don't forget about Lakegirl, this line has been a home run with our lake people.  
(You know how they are)

8 color combos to chose from!

New Style

                                                    We're re-stocked on the Mint/Brown Hoodie

                                                        New Angel T

Thermal Flag T

Canton First Monday Trade Days starts addition to 100's of signs on display we'll have lots of Lakegirl merchandise at our booth along with the Collegiate Travel Totes.  Come see us - Row 46 (the old Paul Michael's building).

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