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Peppers is the sign of the times at Broadbeach

The newly opened five-star Peppers Broadbeach is proving itself to be a true local when it comes to the all important choice of signage.

Unlike other companies sourcing costly signage from overseas, Peppers prides itself on supporting the local community which it services.

Operated by the Gold Coast-based Mantra Group, Peppers Broadbeach has preferred to engage a local Gold Coast signage company to create its crowning glory for the two striking towers which opened to guests on November 7, on the corner of Elizabeth Avenue and Surf Parade, Broadbeach.

Labrador company Sign Vision Australia was chosen for the creative task, and has worked with and been associated with some of the most influential designers, architects and construction companies in the country, advising on new and innovative signage manufacturing methods and materials.

The production management business engaged by Peppers to help with the decision making process, Legends Display & Print, came to the conclusion that Sign Vision Australia could deliver the best quality end result that would wow the Gold Coast with its spectacular illuminated signage.

Also negotiated was use of the latest technology whereby the LED lighting aspect of the install will keep power usage to a minimum as an environmental consideration.

Installation of the signage began on Tuesday, November 31, and will include two enormous signs with Peppers lettering wrapping around the 41st floor of Tower 2 and looking out from level 51 of Tower 1 tomorrow.