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Product description

Color:Yellow Background With Red


Large now open banner outdoor indoor signs polyester oxford cloth now open sign hanging banner lawn sign liquor now open banner for business, shop, store decoration, 3 x 8 feet

Reliable material:
The hanging now open sign banner is made of polyester oxford cloth material, which has good durability and anti-wear for bad weather, suitable for wind, rain and other situation, not easy to fade of break, can last for a long time use.

Easy to use:
Pre-sewn rope and pre-punch holes allow you to assemble the large hanging banner effectively, you just need to pick the right place and hang them up with the rope.

Specifications:
Color: as pictures shown
Material: polyester oxford cloth
Size:
Banner: 3 x 8 feet
Rope: 19.7 feet in length

Package includes:
1 x Sign banner
1 x Rope

Notes:
The banner is made of polyester oxford cloth, not paper.
Please keep the rope away from little kids to avoid winding risk.

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