Special Summer Time - Mass Production Prices
Using heavy duty 22 point heavy white cardboard, we can offer a limited amount of hand fans at very cheap prices. This heavy duty cardboard will endure months of use, and is not the flimsy paper fans used by the competition. Give us a call (706-374-0710) for a FREE quote and to put our years of promotional and advertising experience to work for you.
Handfans are screen-printed on a heavy white cardboard and have a wooden handle attached. These are not flimsy fans like the competition. These promotional fans are made from heavy, high-quality material, better than many other materials used for fans. Choose any of our standard colors displayed below. Each hand fan is about 8" x 9", not counting the handle. We have many shapes available including those displayed above and more. Production time is approximately 2-3 weeks.
Standard Imprint Colors for Heavy Duty Handfans
The following standard imprint colors are available for no extra charge on our heavy-duty handfans. There is an additional $20 per color charge to match custom PMS colors.
Church hand fans, political hand held fans, business handfans, the best prices are at www.yardsigns.org. An additional $35 non-refundable artwork charge must be paid before work can begin.
Many More Hand Fans To Choose From
Set up charge is $35.
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