Andy from Arthur Murray Dance Studio came to us for ideas on his dance sign. He wanted a 4 x 6 sign that looks like a ballroom dancer. Within the ballroom dancer dress he wanted his member names and levels of dance performers. Due to changes of levels and members of the dance performers, we recommended using a magnetic sign. The reasons are as follows:
1) Easy to remove and change names – when necessary
2) Easier to read and legible
3) Board does not need to be replaced
4) Same font and sizes
To make the sign, the Board itself is created with a thin sheet of galvanized steel, adhered to a PVC backer so it’s lightweight and easy to install. Vinyl is printed and adhered over the steel, and magnets are created to fill in member names and levels.
Since Arthur Murray always believe that every winner of a dance contest took a prize. There is always a name and competition date on the board. The elegant of the board represents Arthur Murray personality of dance. The legacy of Arthur Murray Studios began in 1912 with a man named Arthur Murray, an American symbol of entrepreneurial success and social dancing. He started teaching dance at the age of 17 and grew his business with the first-ever mail-order dance lessons.Murray helped infuse dance into every angle of the national social scene. Arthur Murray teachers were a regular part of every first-class steamship cruise and, during the thirties, the studios introduced and transformed dances like “The Big Apple” into the most popular social trends. In fact it was “The Big Apple” that launched Mr. Murray’s one Manhattan studio into the largest chain of dance schools in the world.
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