Winmark Offering Custom COVID-19 Safety Signs To Reopening Businesses

Online stamp & sign business, Winmark, is now offering a wide range of custom COVID-19 safety signs. These signs can be used by businesses to communicate health & safety policies and to update customers on closures, essential business status, and more.

May 28, 2020 / / —

Across the country, businesses are looking at the prospects of opening their doors as lockdown restrictions ease. However, the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in uncertain times for many businesses, who wish to keep their customers and their staff as safe from the risk of infection as possible. In order to help businesses establish and communicate the policies that keep everyone safe, Winmark Stamp & Sign Incorporated is offering custom COVID-19 Safety Signs.

The range of COVID-19 Safety Signs from Winmark includes signs that communicate guidelines on social distancing, restrictions to existing business operations, provisions for older and more at-risk customers, and much more. The signs can all be customized to suit the needs and circumstances of the client, including business names and contact details. The team at Winmark can custom create signs for clients, using any text or imagery of their choice, with a series of templates to work from.

As such, businesses can carefully consider which temporary pandemic procedures they need to put in place and ensure that they have the appropriate signage to communicate that to their customers. Clients can also keep customers informed about their business statuses, such as whether they are open as essential business, only open as a curbside pickup business, open at certain times for specific customers, and more.

Whether a client’s business has had to close their doors during the COVID-19 outbreak and are looking to update their customers about how and when they are opening, or they have remained open as an essential business, Winmark Stamp & Sign Incorporated works with clients directly to make sure that messaging on their signs is accurate and specific.

There are a wide range of sign templates available, such as their Essential Business, Temporary Closure, Social Distancing, Wash Your Hands, and Hospital & Medical Professional Signs. All of these signs can be custom-designed to meet the client’s individual needs.

Winmark Stamp And Sign is taking every precaution to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and aim to help businesses that wish to do the same. As such, you can learn more about their COVID-19 signage for business and about the company at


Notes for the Editor: Please send any and all press inquires directly to Brian Szwedko at the Winmark HQ, which can be found at 2284 S W Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84115 or called on 801-486-2011. All email inquiries can be sent to

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Address: 2284 S W Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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