Why not do what I sometimes do?
Take the size of the area that there logo and number is on. Cut a rectangle of vinyl
And cover there details apply your company logo that. Details too if you have the space. Ide use my?PC60? or ?cut vinyl? to do it & this way the suppliers details are covered.
If someone picks it off then the print rips away with the vinyl so they see nothing anyway. Just a last resort thing of course.
I have the roto sign brochure very nice but I don?t see to many adverts for them on it. So it shouldn?t be a problem covering them.
Spinning signs? Now I have heard & maybe gray can help out here. But they are now supposed to be illegal in the states.
You see these things in high winds spinning very fast. Because they have to be sturdy they are also heavy. Now take the weight and the speed it spins into account.
If a small child were to trip into one or maybe and elderly lady being clipped by one they could easy have bones broke or worse. An instant lawsuit that they would easily win as they are only walking down a high street. Something to maybe mention to the customer if you want him to sway from using one. I always encourage them to avoid such signs. But you do get the odd one still wanting to use them.
Below ive listed some other pavement sign specialist. Hope they help.
?A Display? Fareham, hants 023 9222 1222
?All metal pressings ltd? Kent, 01227 771022
"Horizon marketing UK ltd" Huddersfield, 01484 460909
?Signwaves? Norfolk, 01493 419300