Ad review: Shopping centre posters draw customers to Seasalt’s new store opening

| March 15, 2017

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Seasalt are a Cornish fashion and homeware brand who have managed to grow a local boutique clothing store into a nationwide fashion brand. Today they are one of Cornwall’s biggest employers.Seasalt now have shops all over the country, and SignKick were happy to place their 2006 campaign; a poster designed for the opening of their new store in the newly built Fox Valley shopping centre.Seasalt make good use of this strategy with their summer window displays; for example, this paper-based floral flower display from Autumn 2016. A great addition to their outdoor advertising strategy and further proof that it’s the little details that matter.

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