One of the tasks that are very easily overlookable, if you are in charge of a war memorial site, is that of procuring signage (for the site). Yet this is a very important task. If you don’t put up signage indicating where the war memorial is located/guiding people to the war memorial site, there can be major problems. You could end up with a situation where individuals who are seeking to visit the war memorial site fail to get to the site/get lost, on account of there not being signage. You could also easily end up with an ‘unknown war memorial site’. This would be a situation where people would be totally unaware of the fact that there is a war memorial in the locality. All because you didn’t bother to get signage. So it is important to ensure that, at the very least, you put up a simple sign post indicating that there is a war memorial at the site.
You have two options, when it comes to procuring signage for a war memorial site, namely:
- Creating and erecting the signage by yourself: So this is a question of buying the necessary materials, and creating the sign post by yourself, after which you proceed to erect it at the war memorial site. If you opt to take this route, you will probably end up saving a bit of money. But the sign post created this way may be one that looks very unprofessional. Yet individuals may have been expecting you to come up with something that (from an elegance point of view) looks as professional as the credit card’s site, accessible at getmyoffer.capitalone.com.
- Contracting a signage company to do it on your behalf: There are companies that specialize in creating and erecting signage on behalf of clients. You can get one such company to create and erect the signage you need at your war memorial site. Now chances are that you will end up spending more than you’d have spent if you created and erected the signage by yourself. But then again, in this case, you would almost certainly end up with better/professional-looking signage.