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    Coroplast signs

    Is there a way to beat this pricing on the one color two sided coroplast signs? I've spent the day looking at various suppliers and I just can't find a way to do it and be profitable.

    http://witnessdesigns.com/bandit.html

    Pricing at bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Hogarth
    Is there a way to beat this pricing on the one color two sided coroplast signs? I've spent the day looking at various suppliers and I just can't find a way to do it and be profitable.

    http://witnessdesigns.com/bandit.html

    Pricing at bottom.
    I doubt it, I pay more than that to my wholesale screenprinter. I'd sell those retail for about $7 each (for 50) which would be about 100% markup at the prices you found.



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    Yep... those are pretty respectable prices. You'd barely be able to buy the coroplast and ink for that price. Let alone shipping.

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    are these usually screen printed or vinyl?

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