Sign-A-Rama Downtown Louisville Launches New Online Ordering System
Louisville, KY --(PR.com)-- Sign-A-Rama Downtown has officially launched its new online ordering system allowing customers anywhere, anytime to now order signs from Sign-A-Rama Downtown via the online system using its simple design tools.
This groundbreaking online system allows customers to create their own banners, signs, decals, lettering and displays at the click of a button and then direct the order to be shipped out of town, delivered by Sign-A-Rama Downtown locally or picked up by the client direct from the store.
Customers can reach the online ordering system through Sign-A-Rama Downtown's Web site (SignARamaDowntown.com), where they can click through to the Online Ordering link.
"This is an exciting feature we can now offer all our customers – current or new." Maggie Harlow, owner of Sign-A-Rama Downtown said. "It is especially great for out-of-town customers who may need a sign for a tradeshow or event in Louisville and don't want to hassle with shipping or transport. They can order it online from our store and pick it up once they arrive in Louisville."
The online ordering system allows customers to place custom-designed orders 24 hours a day, seven days a week with its massive inventory of templates and simple-to-use design tools. Customers can create their signs and see their proofs in minutes and can have their signs delivered anywhere in the nation within five working days. They can also pick up orders at Sign-A-Rama Downtown.
In addition to ordering from templates or designing signage from scratch, Sign-A-Rama Downtown offers "Online Company Stores" to those clients who might want to create a custom portal for signage or display products they want available for effortless re-ordering.
"We have many clients who are looking for ways to manage their branding and signage across the state or across the country. This new system makes that easy for them," said Maggie.
SignARama is a pioneer in this industry, being the first sign franchise to offer online design services to customers.
"We hope to attract new customers who are looking for an easier way to purchase signs," said Maggie. "The online ordering system puts convenience and control in the hands of the customer."