Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Recycling Campaign Signs

The backs of political campaign signs make for great freewayblogging material. The day after the election, feel free to collect as many as you can – you’ll be doing the campaign staff a favor. Campaign signs are lightweight and sturdy and usually the backs are solid white: perfectly suited to the task.
Campaign signs also make for a good barometer of where signposting is officially sanctioned in your area. Wherever people have posted signs for local candidates and initiatives on public property, that’s where you can put your own signs.

6 comments:

Donald E. Stahl said...

Great idea! Thanks Scarlet.

Mungen_Cakes said...

I've found that roughing up the back with a little sandpaper makes latex paint stick better. The beauty is that these signs are waterproof.

Freewayblogger said...

Thanks for the sandpaper tip. I just picked up a LOT of those beauties. California's about to have a new look...

Damien the frog said...

Hi everybody,

Hey freewayblogger i follow freewayblogger.com since years now, from France ... thanks a lot, u're showing us that u americans are not all trigger happy, that's big sign to the rest of the world.

I keep my fingers crossed about the elections in USA and i hope 2008 will be a very very good year ...

Keep doin ur stuff, merci et bravo

Damien

Psychomikeo said...

I grabed me abour 50 political campaign signs!!! Oh & Bye bye Dumsfeld

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