The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce’s (CIBC’s) graphic-wrapped ski-thru automated teller machine (ATM) has returned to British Columbia’s Whistler Blackcomb resort with an added feature: a 0.9-m (3-ft) tall animatronic penguin.
Cineplex Digital Media (CDM), based in Waterloo, Ont., has won a 2018 Digi Award for the ‘endless aisle’ digital signage and kiosk network it recently developed for a Toys R Us concept store in Langley, B.C.
Screenguild Signs in Aldergrove, B.C., has installed SAi’s subscription-based Flexi signmaking software on four of its computers, including three for design work and one for the production department, where it drives two print-and-cut machines.
La Roche-Posay, a division of L’Oreal Canada, recently used Zoom Media Group’s out-of-home (OOH) advertising faces in fitness clubs in and near Vancouver and Toronto to both promote and provide samples of its Lipikar body lotion.
10net, a digital signage company based in North Vancouver, has installed a custom-engineered kiosk at the BC Ferries terminal on British Columbia’s Salt Spring Island to help communicate real-time information to travellers.
TDH Experiential Fabricators of Surrey, B.C., has recreated the iconic neon rooster sign for Sai Woo, a restaurant in Vancouver’s Chinatown. It joins other historic landmarks that have returned to East Pender.
Cineplex Digital Media (CDM) was recently selected to install an in-store digital signage and kiosk network for a new Toys R Us concept location in Langley, B.C., which will allow customers to browse all of the retailer’s products.
Steve Nash Fitness World and Sports Club (SNFW), reportedly British Columbia’s largest local gym chain with more than 20 locations, has entered a partnership with Zoom Active Lifestyle Marketing to outfit its facilities with a digital signage network.
An interactive, illuminated outdoor donor recognition system at the University of British Columbia (UBC), designed by Public, has won a Merit Award from the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD).
10net, a digital signage company based in North Vancouver, has provided dynamic menu boards for the Salish Orca, BC Ferries’ newest vessel, which began service in late May on the Comox-Powell River route.