The shamrock is a national symbol of Ireland. Shamrocks are linked to the country's patron saint, where Irish legend claims Saint Patrick used the trefoil to illustrate the Holy Trinity in his teachings. The young clover sprig is isn't like any other kind of clover seen in abundance throughout the land. It's a three-leaved little clover, with the four-leaf clover being a rare variation that's believed to bring good luck and it's featured prominently on this Happy St. Patrick's Day Banner.
When it comes to managing your business and marketing strategies, it's not all about getting lucky. A banner is one of the best and most affordable ways to advertise your brand, which opens up the opportunity to tie-in the season with your offerings. Here are some banner-wise ideas to attract new customers and encourage current clients to pay you a visit:
- If you’re on a parade route, i.e. a restaurant with outdoor seating, let it be known that your place is the perfect spot where folks can dine as they watch the parade.
- For clothing stores, bring out your latest spring collection, particularly apparel that come in shades of green.
- Direct customers to your gift shop's St. Patrick’s Day themed Irish items.
- Brighten up your retail store with an attractive banner that will set the mood and lift shoppers' spirits on your one day sale.
If you're planning to hold an event, trim your place with a banner to extend your "Happy St. Patrick's Day Banner" greeting to all. Make your St. Patrick's Day celebration livelier with a banner decorated in traditional Irish colors. Prepare for a toast with shamrock-lined cups filled with whiskey, cider or beer with a festive St. Patrick's Day banner in the backdrop!