Charlotte, NC (11-6-14) The Charlotte Hornets have been working with Heritage Printing, Signs & Displays, a Local Sign and Printing Company, throughout this past offseason to produce an incredible array of custom engineered and fabricated signs, banners, wall graphics and marketing materials for their rebranding efforts at Time Warner Cable arena and around the city for the launch of our rebranded NBA franchise.
Since the Charlotte Bobcats reclaimed the original Charlotte NBA franchise namesake, Charlotte Hornets, they have relied on a local business to assist them with some of their re-branding efforts. Heritage Printing, Signs & Displays on Interstate Street in Charlotte, NC has become a valuable source of custom signage, wall graphics, life-size custom cutout, vinyl and fabric backdrops and many other visual communications items for the Hornets.
Heritage has incorporated the new look Hornets branding in a variety of unique applications; whether it has been step and repeat banners, signs and graphics for vendor kiosks, mezzanine signage, character cutouts of players and Hugo their mascot, Heritage has been up to the task of printing and installing for their hometown NBA basketball team. The ability to provide turnkey services on nearly every re-branding request made Heritage an easy choice for the Hornets staff. “The quality and attention to detail, on all of the projects Heritage has completed for us, have exceeded our expectations”
stated Josh Whiteside, Director of Creative for Hornets Sports & Entertainment.
One of the more impressive pieces of the re-branding is the reception counter in the Hornets executive office area. The unique design and, multiple components used in the engineering and the ingenious implementation of the desk was extraordinary. The Creative Services division of Heritage worked with the Hornets Creative Department to create the bureau and is a testament to all the creativity and craftsmanship that is possessed by the Heritage production team.