Kennedy Middle School in Saint Clair Shores, MI, had fusion marketing design, print and install a new sign for their community garden. The school was looking for a way to promote the garden and display the garden rules. In addition, they wanted something that would stand out from the other signs and be eye-catching but not too distracting. So we created this custom sign with full-color direct-to-substrate printing so that it’s easy to read and looks great! Fusion Marketing has been working with schools all over Michigan for years now, so we know how important it is to have signage that will last through rain or shine. Our signs can withstand any weather conditions while still being easily readable from afar. Contact us today at (586) 610-0055 if you are interested in having your own custom sign installed by Fusion Marketing!
Kennedy Middle School was looking to liven up their disciplinary office with some sort of visual to offset the negative mood. So they came to Fusion for a solution. We proposed a calming Great Lakes Michigan beach scene. So we ended up doing a wide format latex printed wall mural that adhered directly to the painted cinder block. They loved the idea and when you are in the office it actually feels like you are on the beach!!
Kennedy Middle School came to us with a problem of having too much white space in their Cafeteria. We had the privilege to come up with a unique solution that the kids and faculty could enjoy. We wanted to tie in with the pre-existing water line that went around the cafeteria. So we went with the concept of looking out from inside a ship for a unique visual.
• 3M IJ-35
• 3M 8520 Matte Laminate
The library at Kennedy Middle School needed to add window frosting as they rebranded the area to become a “Media Room.” They hired Fusion Marketing to design and install nautical-themed graphics on the blank side windows of the library. The design featured books, a boat anchor, and the text “Media Room.” The new vinyl graphics helped make the library look more up-to-date and attractive to the school’s teens.