“TIGERS!” For Banner Business

This "TIGERS!" banner uses Rouse Matrix Banners and round balloons and was made by four people in the photo plus other sat the workshop

These four (Sandra Moreira, Nancy Fangles Brown, Silvia Santos and Eduardo Seiti) were part of the tiger team that built this “TIGERS!” banner MadeWithBalloons at a RouseABOUT Graphics Seminar in Clemson, SC USA.



"Just Rouse It" logo - icon with purpe boarder & f2f7fc corners
Graham Rouse photo (150x150)

Advance Your Balloon Art And Business

by applying ‘Just Rouse It’ Original Technologies to banners MadeWithBalloons™.



Text banners like this one could be great business for you.  Your banner could be a simple “GO TEAM!”, “Happy Birthday Joe”, “Congratulations”, “Happy New Year” or some other message. If it promotes good feelings and/or good business for your customer, it is likely to also promote good feelings and good business for you.

Projects like this banner go even better and faster when you “Just Rouse It!” with Rouse Original Technologies (* See footnote #1).



to use is Rouse Expand -And-Load balloon frames (Rouse Matrix).  This single layer approach to graphics MadeWithBalloons™ takes half the balloons and less than half the time of standard “precision wall” techniques.  RMS  also gives you a balloon frame that costs less, weighs less and takes up much less storage space than other single layer grid frames.



to use is Rouse Advanced Aperture Display (RAAD) technology.  It works with all balloon frames that hold balloons in openings. The patented RAAD technology applies when you

  1. Use something other than “balloon squeeze” (*see footnote#2) to hold the balloons in the frame or
  2. Use something else in addition to  “balloon squeeze” (*see footnote #2) to hold the balloons in the frame.

There are many “RAADical” options available, but here are the two most popular:

    1. Treat the balloon frame and /or the balloon to make the two grip each other better.  For instance, Rouse Matrix balloon frames have an added coat of tacky adhesive to help hold balloons in place without permanently bonding the balloons to the frame.
    2. Tie balloons together in pairs before loading them into the frame.  Roll each balloon into an adjacent aperture (opening).  Each balloon helps to hold the other in place in the frame. Plus, this approach makes it faster to tie balloons (You seal two at a time when you tie.); and it makes it faster to load balloons (You reach for balloons half as many times and the second balloon is right at your fingertips for loading into the next opening.).



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(1)  Rouse Original Technologies featured here are patented in the USA and require the use of Rouse Authorized Components. Generally, this means the use of Rouse authorized frames, Rouse authorized balloons and Rouse authorized accessories for the project.  Currently (September 18, 2012) there are no restrictions on balloons or accessories.  But, Rouse authorized balloon frames (Rouse Matrix Systems products and GRIDZ products) are required for the technologies featured in this article. This is subject to change. Return to this site for notices of changes in requirements.

(2) “Balloon Squeeze” refers here to balloons being held within a surrounding frame exclusively by the pneumatic pressure of the balloon expanding outward against the frame.
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 Thanks for joining me here today. Do come again soon as we examine another balloon project and how to “Make It Better” with Rouse Original Technologies.  It is a sure fire way to Advance Your Balloon Art and Business.


Graham Rouse
“Just Rouse It” Blog
email:  JustRouseIt@gmail.com

Copyright 2012 by Graham Rouse



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