September 17, 2015

Make a Visual Impact with Your Philanthropic Initiatives

Race for the Cure Sign

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time of year Big Visual Group likes to make a BIG impression. Because breast cancer awareness is a cause near and dear to many team members, Big Visual busts out pink in a major way. Around the greater Nashville area, you’ll find all kinds of signs and graphics for Breast Cancer Awareness Month produced by Big Visual.

Race for the Cure

Big Visual Group has partnered with Nashville’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for over 10 years with an in-kind sponsorship, and their involvement with the event has only increased over this time. A good majority of the signs you’ll see in the Race Village at Maryland Farms are being created by Big Visual. This is not an insignificant amount of signage — stage banners, sponsor signs, mesh banners, motivational signs, window clings, directional signage and more were all created by Big Visual. Last year a large group of Big Visual employees set up a booth and registered a team for the race. The race takes place on October 24, so sign up as a team or individual today!

Signs and banners Big Visual Group helped fabricate for Race for the Cure

Making Strides – American Cancer Society

Big Visual Group has also contributed signs and structures for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, an American Cancer Society walk that will take place October 10 at Nissan Stadium. Big Visual printed stage banners, parking signs and some impressive 17-foot wind dancers for the event. If you participate, you’ll no doubt spot other signs and banners around Nissan Stadium by Big Visual as well.

Giant Pink Ribbons

During the month of October, you’ll see plenty of pink ribbons — kudos to everyone who shows their support and solidarity by wearing them! Big Visual Group has made a few ribbons that you’ll no doubt notice and definitely remember. We’ve installed a number of these 16-foot tall, 10-foot wide vinyl graphics on buildings for Tri-Star Health locations (and an additional one for Kirkland’s). Go BIG or go home, right? As monumental as these seem, they have an easily removable backing that leaves no marks behind.