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Teak Chalkboard Easel Sandwich Board - Free Standing Pavement Display Sign, Blackboard Menu Display Board For Bars Cafes Restaurant

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Teak Chalkboard Easel Sandwich Board - Free Standing Pavement Display Sign, Blackboard Menu Display Board For Bars Cafes Restaurant

SANDWICH BOARD: A really lovely teak wooden framed sandwich board with a blackboard either side. Perfect for advertising special offers, events and even your delicious menu for your family at home! Chalk not included. Please note this chalkboard easel is not a toy

DISPLAY SIGN: This double facing A frame chalkboard is a brilliant way of detailing promotions or other information to potential new customers and visitors as they walk past. Our lovely rustic chalkboard display sign is also ideal for weddings, to list the order of the day, offer directions or provide dancefloor rules!

MENU CHALKBOARD: Let guests and patrons know what your specials are or what's on the menu with this fabulous teak framed pavement chalkboard menu display board. Eye catching and attractive this super floor standing blackboard can be positioned indoors or outdoors (not suitable for use in wet or windy weather)

PAVEMENT SIGN: Pavement signs are one of the oldest methods of advertising around. This traditional floor standing pavement chalkboard sign is great for promoting seasonal offers, and making announcements

CHALKBOARD EASEL: Our classic style A-Frame easel board measures approximately 68cm high in standing position. Useable blackboard area is roughly 27cm x 44cm. Double sided blackboards. Not suitable for used with chalk pens

Our teak A-frame chalkboards are designed to suit all styles of homes, venues and establishments. Wooden pavement sign black boards are great for advertising menus and offers and making special announcements. These rustic chalkboards also work well brilliantly at weddings, parties and events.

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