31st River Valley is thinking of getting a parade banner. For those groups that have them, what size do you use? Could you share pictures here of what people have done in the past?

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Keep us updated! This will be good to know. And let us know if/when you want more bodies in any parade! 

What are the dimensions of your parade banner, Ethan?

120" x 30"

Ours was manufactured by Forge Graphics in NE Portland. It has upper and lower pockets, the upper having a multi-section carry pole (that sticks out to form the two carry handles) and the bottom having a slightly shorter (than the banner) pole that is trapped by velcro...to hold the banner taught. Does the 31st have a crest (preferably in vector artwork)?

Working on it right now. We're toying with the idea of a modified CA state highway sign.

Like this one?

Yes. That is the basic template.

Esigns.com and vista print also make banners.

Here are some more banner examples.

That's a 3' x 6' vinyl banner we had made at eSigns.com. We have two.

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