Will my sign require a permit?

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Yes, generally All signs visible from the road will require a permit for the county/city/landlord. Please note that it can take up to 30 days for permitting.

What materials can be used in the construction of my sign?

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For details on sign materials, please review our substrates section. We have the ability to use many different types of materials, from extruded plastics, acrylics, glass, wood, co-polymers, aluminum, steel and composite materials. Substrates are available in various colors and finishes.

Will you be charged for revisions to your design?

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Most jobs begin with a proof. Many proofs are then revised until the customer is happy with the layout. Some design firms will charge you for these revisions – some as soon as the first – as “art fees”. D2 Designs will never charge for revisions – we’ll do as many as are needed until… Read more »

Basic Business Startup Package

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By far, our most popular promotionĀ is the basic business startup package. You don’t have to be a brand new business to benefit for this package. WIth this special, you get a 2.5ft x 5ft full color digitally printed banner & 1000 full-color, 2 sided glossy business cards and as always design is INCLUDED!!  

Gals @ Full Draw Logo

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A new logo for Gals @ Full Draw. A couple of New Mexico Gals that love to travel to 3-D Bow Shoots,love Hunting, Fishing and being in the Great Outdoors! Their goal is to ENCOURAGE women and youth to get involved in Hunting, Fishing and Archery! (Guys are welcome)

Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce

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D2 Designs is proud to announce that in May of 2013, we have Joined the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to creating new and exciting relationships with the other chamber members as well as the chamber itself. Keep checking back for a date and time of our ribbon cutting ceremony.