Case Study

CoreFirst Bank & Trust

CoreFirst Bank and Trust began renovating their headquarters in 2020. During the renovation, they needed to be able to communicate with their customers. Mainline Signs designed and manufactured signage that reminded customers the bank was open during the renovation and directed them to a temporary entrance. The temporary signage needed to last the entire duration of the 6-month renovation.

Burgundy and Yellow Aluma Board Laminated Vinyl Print wayfinding sign

CoreFirst needed to brand a temporary location as well. To achieve this, Mainline Signs printed a banner and stretched it over an existing facade. This gave the look of a permanent sign, but for less cost. Due to delays in the renovation project, the banner had to remain up for almost 18 months. Despite this delay, the banner performed perfectly for that entire length of time.

Mainline Signs then worked with CoreFirst to brand their newly renovated headquarters. Modern colors and designs were used to showcase the bank’s history. Vintage photography combined with acrylic letters decorated the walls. Quotes from the founder of CoreFirst, Emery Fager, were utilized as wall accents.

Graphic Vinyl Brand Wall at Corefirst Bank & Trust
Vinyl brand wall with acrylic dimensional stylized C logo

A central brand piece was the 10-foot-wide aluminum dimensional logo mounted over the lobby. The aluminum was custom built, painted, and mounted to the wall. Custom cut acrylic embellishments added the finishing touch.