Hotelsigns.com offers 420 room sign promotion

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Hotelsigns.com is offering a 420 room number sign promotion with a sign giveaway, along with the addition of a new video in the “420 Cops” series.

The numbers 420 hold significance with those who identify with “cannabis culture,” and as a result, many signs bearing the numbers “420” get stolen. Many hotels report that their 420 room number signs are the most likely to go missing or be targeted for vandalism.

Hotelsigns.com fulfills hundreds of replacement orders a year, in particular requests for room 420. To help loyal customers replenish their missing signs, Hotelsigns.com is giving away one free 420 room number sign to customers that subscribe to their email list.

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On April 19, 2016, Hotelsigns.com will email a special promotion code that will give subscribers one free 420 room number sign, and will include a new installment to their “420 Cops” video series.

Customers can receive the code on 4/19 by subscribing to Hotelsigns.com e-mail list at www.hotelsigns.com/420teaser.

Hotelsigns.com was founded in 1999 under the name Hospitality Sign Company, changing its name in 2001 to Hotelsigns.com.

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