It’s been a long lazy summer. What did you do on your summer vacation? Maybe you took time to go camping? Spent time relaxing at the beach or by the pool? Saw some movies or caught up on some reading? However you spent your time, you likely didn’t get a whole lot done. Because summer is the time of year when everyone just seems to slow down for a while for a well-deserved break.
But now, summer is coming to an end. And as much as we like to complain about it and say we wish summer would last forever, there’s something invigorating about awakening from our summer slumber and starting afresh in the fall. It’s like that old “back to school” feeling. There’s a sense of anticipation and excitement over starting new projects and getting organized and back to work once again.
The end of summer signals that it’s time to once again become productive and prepare for new activities to come. And one the biggest of those activities is – you guessed it – the inevitable holiday rush.
The holidays seem to arrive sooner every year. And though summer is just ending, the holiday season will be here before you know it. It won’t be long now until we all begin transitioning to the one of the most important times of year for both families and businesses. So this year, instead of letting the holidays sneak up on you, why not get a jump on things and start preparing early with Mobile Illumination?
A great place to begin getting ready for the holidays is with your holiday lighting and decorating plans. There are so many new trends and options available, especially for commercial properties. It’s time to start thinking about which may be right for you and your business.
For example, LED and projection lighting have become extremely popular in recent years. With these exciting elements you can achieve dazzling effects like bathing your buildings and landscaping in beautiful, ever-changing colored light. You can even project a giant company logo or a Christmas greeting on walls or surfaces like a courtyard floor or ice rink. Is this something that might work well for your property?
And it’s not just all about lighting. Decor is a huge part of Christmas planning too. Think about your specific property and what it lends itself to. Is there space on the peaks of your buildings to place Christmas wreaths? Are there lampposts that can be wrapped in decorative garland? Does the courtyard beg to have a 30’ tall Christmas tree?
And what about your entrance sign? This will be your visitors’ first point of contact with your business. Can the sign or entryway be decorated with a giant bow? Or is there space for 6’ Nutcrackers to welcome visitors as they arrive?
The sooner you contact Mobile Illumination for a free holiday lighting and décor consultation, the sooner we can help answer all of these questions and more. So say farewell to summer and say hello to holiday lighting and decorating plans. It’s time to get out of the hammock and start getting busy again with Mobile Illumination.