Our signage company prints our large format graphics with latex inks. Latex inks do not release volatile organic compounds into the environment like solvent and eco-solvent inks. This means our prints are safe and odor-less. The HP EcoSolutions-Trained Printing Company program is available only to HP Latex printer owners and helps ensure we receive the maximum benefit from the environmental profile of our HP Latex printer.
With our combination of latex inks and and HP PVC-free wall papers, we are Greenguard Children and Schools Certified.
Connecting Signs is committed to making our community world-class through climate protection, environmental stewardship and economic vitality. We are a proud platinum member of ClimateWise Fort Collins, which is a voluntary program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by promoting waste reduction, energy savings, alternative transportation, water conservation and practicing pollution prevention.
Choose us as your eco-friendly signage company!
We’re honored to be able to be one of the many sponsors at Sierra’s Race Against Meningitis. This non-profit is a tribute to Sierra Krizman’s battle with Meningitis, and is a testament to something very good coming from a tragic loss.
The Greeley Stampede has been going on for many years, and we are happy to be able to be a sponsor in their Gold Spur program!
Are you tough enough?? Tough Enough to Wear Pink in Larimer County is a fundraiser for Breast Cancer treatment for the people of Larimer County of Colorado. One of the events that they do every year is a golf tournament which we sponsor by providing signage. Working together with the people of Northern Colorado to raise money through other miscellaneous fundraising events, i.e., Donations, pancake breakfasts, burger burns, selling TETWP merchandise and many more. Under the guidelines and approval of Tough Enough To Wear Pink and the Ranack Cares Foundation, we work together to give Northern Colorado a real sense of community. Like them on facebook.
Membership in the HBA of Northern Colorado means belonging to a larger community – the construction industry. This outstanding group of community business leaders contributes on many levels to bettering themselves, their companies, and the community.
They accomplish this by participating in education programs, sharing ideas, serving on committees, implementing changes and working toward common goals for themselves and the industry as a whole.