Anti-Brexit Placards for Best for Britain

Posted by: Milosz on: 16/10/2018

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The Brexit Referendum seems to be so long ago, but the campaign is far from being over. We have printed various brexit placards, predominantly anti-brexit placards for various political parties, organisations and social campaigners who 'demand a final say on the brexit deal'. On the picture you can see some examples with designs from the Best for Britain campaign. The topic is only getting hotter as time goes on, fuelled almost every day with the ongoing negotiations within the EU.

To make your stand you need to be seen, and there’s no better way to make that happen than a street march of thousands of people holding up their message in the air, and to let your voice be heard!

Regardles of your political views our placard printing service can help you get your message accross. We print our placards digitally and directly onto 4mm corrugated plastic material (correx). So our placards are full colour printed, weather proof and very light-weight even with wooden sticks attached. For very large placards, such as A1 and bigger we provide full length sticks so they can lean on the ground for extra support during long protest marches or demonstrations.

Give us call on 0161 796 3685 or send us your enquiry to obtain a quick quotation for specific quantity or size of the placards required. To buy new placards or for more information, including placard prices for typical sizes, please visit our placard printing page.

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