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      Two types of roll up banners produced in full colours are offered by TEKSOFTPRINT, Western Australia. For both corporate events and outdoor marketing campaigns these roll up banners serve as an important advertising option.

      Some of the features included in these roll up banners are:

      •    Freestanding
      •    Carry bag
      •    Colour graphic with full high quality
      •    Silver anodised
      •    Width 850mm
      •    Visible height for economic type is 2090mm

      Please contact us at our southern store or at the newly opened Midland store for more on these roll up banners. Both these stores serve our customers based in southern and northern suburbs of Perth. Our services are back up with excellent customer service and competitive price rates.


      Pull Up Dimensions

      IMPORTANT: Banner-2-You recommends that the background image at the bottom should continue (ie. bleed fully) into the bottom and top of the non-visual area. That is, the image should not stop dead at the non-visual area.