America is filled with a variety of signs: street signs, building signs, you name it. We don’t realize it, but signs have become an integral part of America’s landscape. While most signs are just there, many times helping us find our way, there are some signs with celebrity status. Below are some of the country’s most popular signs and their path to fame.
A person passing through Orange County will inevitably be struck by the kinds of signs they will see on their way through. An essential characteristic of the Orange County area is the blend of the old and the new, the rustic and the modern. After all, Orange County is widely hailed as a site of constant technological innovation, a place where everyone who wants to be someone in the field of technology wants to go.
California's unemployment rate, on average, is currently at 6.3%, which is higher than the U.S. rate of 5.5%. The current unemployment rate is actually lower than it has been in past years, yet it is shocking nonetheless. The statistic can be a bit disheartening, but studies show that California’s economy and unemployment rates might be on the road to recovery and here are five reasons why:
Business owners and entrepreneurs wait in anticipation as the presidential races continue, knowing that whichever candidate is elected, the world of business will undergo changes.
You can tell you’re in Hollywood once you’ve passed the Hollywood Sign, the Walk of Fame, and at least one or two strangers dressed up in cheap superhero costumes. When you’re in Downtown LA, you know because the traffic suddenly becomes horrendous and hipsters can be spotted everywhere on the streets.
Most California natives can identify these fairly obvious signs that tell when they’re in popular spots of their state, and Orange County is no different. Like Hollywood and DTLA, there are a few tell-tale signs that let you know once you’ve crossed into Orange County.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens made quite a splash when it released Dec. 14, 2015, obliterating various box office records and earning about $525 million in ticket sales worldwide.According to the NY Times , it was “the largest opening weekend in North America”.
So, you’ve got your event ready to go, but you’re having a little trouble getting the word out. Word of mouth and flyers can only do so much, and telling friends and family won’t bring a large enough crowd. When this happens, it’s time to turn to the internet to help. There are a variety of great websites designed to attract awareness to your business’ event, thus helping you grow a larger customer following and client list. With these websites, you’ll never have to worry about another event going under-populated. If anything, you’ll have to contend with having large crowds showing up every time!
When it comes to running a business, you always run the risk of allowing your prices to dictate customer behavior. Many shoppers are sensitive to high prices, and will often choose a lower-priced product that is of poor quality than the opposite.
Candidates, candidates, candidates. With all this Donald Trump talk and Bernie Sanders sparking new government ideas among the youth (and even some of the old!), it can get really tiring to see all this political talk going around (looking at you, Trump).