Yard Signs

It’s the season of the yard sign. I’m not into yard signs. I consider myself an active voter and can be very opinionated about a variety of political causes and candidates, but I don’t do yard signs. I think political yard signs can divide neighborhoods and I don’t think that they influence people’s thinking.

The proliferation of candidate yard signs has gotten me thinking, however, about why we don’t see more positive message yard signs. I mean. If people are going to place what are, essentially, billboards in their yards, why not go for more yard signs that promote healthy neighborhood messaging rather than messaging that divides?

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The ENERGY message yard sign is a great example of positive messaging that promotes health and wellness. You can go with the ENERGY message of empowering the movement. OR you can go with the stand-alone letters:

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Imagine the positive impact that such messages can have on entire neighborhoods. Yards staked with positive healthy messages rather than neighbor vs neighbor proclaiming their allegiance to candidate X or candidate Y who are promising to give us all Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz………

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