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Signs firm reveals Commonwealth key role

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Signage firm Hardy Signs has revealed the key role it played in the success of this summer’s Commonwealth Games.

For 11 days, Birmingham took centre stage as it hosted the games, which attracted people from all over the world.

Working with CSM Live and Sandwell Council, the team at Hardy Signs made and installed much of the signage for the event.

It worked with event partners to supply graphics with anti-graffiti lamination for all hoarding at Chamberlain Square in the heart of the city.

Among the graphics applied, included images of games mascot Perry the Bull.
Hardy Signs also installed 300 double-sided banner arms and banners across Sandwell.


And it installed mesh PVC banners to dress bridges, full-colour vinyl to wrap parts of TV trucks in Sutton Park and Cannock Chase and panels at Centenary Way.

Nik Hardy, managing director at Hardy Signs, said: “We were really pleased to have been entrusted with this high-profile project It was a very proud moment for Hardy Signs.”

Operations director Tom Hardy said: “We really enjoyed printing and installing the signage.

“The atmosphere in and around the venue was spectacular and our team worked around the clock to get everything completed within the tight deadlines.”

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