Here’s an idea that’s bound to catch on – especially in the rural areas of our country. And a Chase County businessman is the first to think of it!
Rod Keiser of Champa Group in Wauneta has come up with a unique kind of display – vinyl banners that attach to the ends of hay bales – with any message you choose.
Want to market an ag product? Congratulate a graduate? Post directions to your party? Hay Bale Banners will certainly capture the attention of everyone – whether they’re just passing by or are headed to your event.
Keiser and his innovations are well known in Chase County. He established Champa Group in 2004 to provide technology solutions in Southwest Nebraska. When he would go to trade shows, he found it was a challenge to find a printer to produce the marketing and display materials he needed. Figuring other enterprises would need that type of service, in 2006 he established Exceptional Prints, expanding it to Imperial in 2015.
As the printing business expands, he continues to add new equipment to accommodate even larger displays – hence, the new color printer that can print 63-inch-wide graphics, custom wallpaper, and round hay bale banners. The banners are full-color, waterproof, fade-resistant, and can withstand temperatures as low as minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit.
Take a look at their website – haybalebanners.com – to see examples of banners they’ve created, or stop by their office at 130 N. Tecumseh Avenue in Wauneta to look at miniature samples so you can see for yourself their quality and durability.
Prices start at $99 per banner for standard designs. A custom design will cost extra – or you can design it yourself. Champa Group will email you the Photoshop/Illustrator template. Phone 308-394-6900 or e-mail sales@HayBaleBanners.com to find out more.