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• A full visual re-brand showcasing new signage and graphics for a professional baseball stadium
• New concession signage for a professional football stadium
• Track signage for the first Formula One racetrack in the country
• LED electronic message center signage for several tier-one concert and entertainment venues
• Inside of the venue, fans need to be drawn in and shown the way. Wayfinding signs should be designed to quickly and efficiently move people through the venue, especially at peak capacity. These signs must direct fans to entrances, exits, concessions and seating. For these reasons, consistency in design, location, text and symbolism are crucial.

The utilization of LED electronic message centers used to be confined to large scoreboards. With continuous advances in technology and installation techniques, LED electronic signs are now consistently being used throughout stadiums and complexes for wayfinding, promotion or to provide that WOW! factor that fans love to see. They also play a key role in branding and advertising.

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A New Savory Cheese Egg Is Here to Make Your Easter Dreams Come True

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While we’re usually champions of chocolate, there’s a different kind of Easter egg that’s grabbed our attention this year—a cheese one. The people behind the cheese advent calendar are back, and this time, they’re bringing home the bacon dairy, after launching a solid cheese Easter egg for all your cheesy fantasies.

The Cheester Egg, which was created by food blogger Annem Hobson and award winning artisan cheese company Wildes Cheese, is made from Napier: a semi hard cheese with a slightly crumbly, yet creamy texture.

It’s a cheesy dream come true. Speaking about her creation, Annem commented:

“Chocolate is okay, but it’s a little boring and frankly I’m sick of seeing it dominating key retail periods. Cheese is what excites me so I’m thrilled my plans for a Cheester Egg have finally hatched and that the Cheese Advent Calendar is becoming a reality. There’s a whole army of cheese lovers out there showing me their support and I hope I’m doing them proud.”

If the egg sounds up your street, you can also get your hands on a ‘Nest Hamper’, which includes Peter’s Yard Sourdough Crisphead and quince membrillo, as well as a Cheester Egg.

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The company is selling a limited number of these treats online and throughout markets in the U.K. this year—hopefully they make their way to the U.S. next!

The Cheester Eggs cost about $18 for approx. 260g of a large, solid, hand made cheese, while the ‘Nest Hampers’ is available for about $37 from So Wrong Its Nom.

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