Four Places to Use our Virtual Messenger 1

by Alicia Peregory on February 18, 2016

Signarama’s Virtual Messenger™ 1 is a marketing marvel. It’s a laser-cut acrylic silhouette that we can beam a movie or moving images onto, so viewers can watch your spokesperson’s marketing messages, or even interact with a touchpad.

The VM1 has a number of different applications and places it can be used, and we’re trying to think of plenty more. Here are a few we came up with:

1. Trade shows

Signarama Virtual MessengerThe VM1 is the ultimate trade show graphic. This is a way to attract show attendees and get them to stop by your booth. The VM1 is so new and unusual, it’s sure to attract attention. While people are watching the Virtual Messenger 1 in action, they can also hear about your product.

2. Real estate agencies

Imagine having a historical character or spokesperson promoting your town or neighborhood. You can place the VM1 in your office, at your booth at a community fair, or even in cooperating restaurants. Your spokes-character can tell visitors all about the history of your area, as well as some of the features and interesting facts. An interactive kiosk can also show houses for sale and maps to their location.

3. Museums

Speaking of historical characters, imagine Picasso and Rembrandt — well, reasonable facsimiles — explaining the history of their works. The Signarama VM1 can be of any person, character, celebrity, or even product, which means if you can get Rembrandt in costume, we can help you create your digital museum guide and teach visitors about their favorite artists.

4. Retail operations

Use the VM1 to promote your monthly specials and sales. Signarama’s VM1 can play up to five messages, as well as languages, so the content is completely up to you. Signarama can even work with you to create new messaging to replace and update your old ones.

The sky truly is the limit when it comes to the new Signarama Virtual Messenger 1, and we’re excited to see where our clients want to use it. If you’d like more information on the Virtual Messenger 1, please visit the Signarama website. You can also use our online store locator to find the Signarama store nearest you.

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is a marketing coordinator at Signarama headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida, working in all facets of the marketing department. She has been with Signarama since she left college, but has also had internships in business development, a consumer product launch, and events and trade show coordination. She frequently writes about issues and developments in the sign making industry, the Signarama company, and its franchisees.

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