We’re considering yard signs of members to show their support.
The design is based on the in-store displays that we’ve used for the last two years.
Please vote in the poll and let us know what you think about the design in the comments.
Filed under: Why not wine?
I would DEFINITELY put a sign in my yard, but I don’t know if this one conveys the message well enough…
Thanks for the feedback, Alex.
Provided that my persnickety HOA allows signs of this nature, I would absolutely voice support in this fashion. I agree with Alex that the mission statement may not be clear enough with this wording.
On the other hand, maybe this is a good way to reduce immediate resistance to the message. Maybe there are people in my subdivision who haven’t heard of RW&F or who aren’t aware of the issue. They see my sign, wonder what that’s all about, and then go check out the website. If the message is spelled out on the sign, some people might immediately reject the idea on its face rather than educating themselves first.
I live in a bible belt neighborhood with a lot of young kids (ours are older) and I feel like this sign promotes wine consumption versus the fact that we should have choices in where we buy our wine. People need to know the facts about this subject so the sign might want to convey some intrigue that gets people to the site.
The sign needs to convey more meaning for the cause. “Where’s the wine?” is a bit vague. The slogan sounds like a party anthem, so to speak. I would prefer a bumper sticker, as well as a yard sign. Hope this helps.
I will definatly put a sign in my yard, on my car etc. But, I think the message needs to be clearer, something like speak up if you want a choice on where to buy your wine, support wine sales in grocery stores.
Hey! I can help you guys out! I know where the wine is! It’s at my wine and liquor store in Memphis. We’re open six days a week for at least 14 hrs. a day. It’s also in the kitchens and dining rooms of my great customers (of which some 2100 signed a petition asking for things to stay the same so we could continue to offer them terrific selection and service).
Sounds like your business would be just fine if this bill passes.
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