The “other forgotten soldiers” of police forces and the military are the working animals, such as canines, that cannot be placed for adoption because of their training or injuries suffered in the line of duty. Danny Scheurer, who served in the US Marine Corps and Army, founded the Save-A-Vet foundation to rescue former service animals after becoming attached to military dogs used in Iraq during his deployment. Save-A-Vet builds boarding and recreation facilities for disabled, injured, and retired military and police animals.
Seamlessly covering 820 square feet of textured wallpaper without damaging what’s underneath can prove to be a significant challenge, as Columbus, Ohio-based Solar Imaging (solarimaging.com) discovered while working on an extensive re-branding campaign at the Port Columbus International Airport.
For the project, Solar was asked to create two wall murals, 410 square-feet each, which would be displayed in two of the airport’s terminals.
With the Winter Olympics occurring only once every four years, being a part of the festivities is, of course, a big deal. So when Rainier Displays (www.rainier.com) in Tukwila, Washington, won the intense bidding contest to produce venue towers complete with digitally printed fabric graphics for the February 2010 mega-event, the company was thrilled.
“Our company was chosen because of our unique capabilities to bring large outdoor dimensional graphic treatments to life,” says Rainier Displays division manager Charles Rueb.