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Old 26 December 2007, 08:07   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: SE England
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Advertising signage

Anyone got any cost effective ideas for placing advertising signage on a RIB without putting the name on the tube.
My Rib also has a single A Frame so clipping a sign onto both frames is a non starter too.
My thoughts so far
A flag attached to the A frame
A feather flag attached to the transom (comes with its own support) but these seem rather expensive.
Attach a stainless steel bracket of some description to the a frame to atach a solid board with graphics....haven't worked out how to do this

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Old 26 December 2007, 09:39   #2
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Going back a few years, the old HM Coastguard ribs had the "Coastguard" signage on the tubes, but on a seperate piece of fabric which was threaded through the grab handles, thus making it easily removable.

This would give you the full length of the tube to play with without having to mark the actual tube.

I'm sure a local sign shop could knock up a banner fairly cheaply.

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