Published On: Fri, Mar 24th, 2017

Local Company Gives You New Inventive Way to Present Your Event

By: Nikki Colonna

yardcardLocally owned business, Event YardCard, is a fun, new, unique way to help celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion. They have a ‘card for every yard’!

This family business is run by Boca local, Corinne Grizzle, with help from her husband, Dustin Grizzle. They work together to generate life-sized messages to display in customers’ yards or in front of their business platforms.

“We want to give people a creative and personal way to get their message out there, whether it’s a birthday party, a baby announcement, or a new business, [we give them] a unique way to celebrate,” said Corinne, President and Owner of Event YardCard.

This clever idea stemmed from Grizzle wanting to make event planning bigger and better. She did some brainstorming about how to take marketing advertisement a step further. After working for years in the world of event planning but not seeing anything particularly remarkable or different in Florida, she jumped on the opportunity to bring something new to Boca.

The fun-sized words and phrases add a dimension to the message, literally and figuratively. From birthdays to graduations, sporting events to open houses, this budding company has something for every occasion.

“We hope to franchise out our business all over South Florida and make Event YardCard the up-and-comer in yard decorations,” said Corinne. “Ideally, we want to have an impact that takes South Florida event planning to the next stage.”

Event YardCard take events to the next level of fun, offering different lettering and colors to spice up the look and image of the sign based on the customer’s choice. The designs help the message come to life, conveying their own message that each unique event deserves to have a unique card.

Currently the company offers rental only services with full phrase prices start at $99.  Orders can be placed online through their website. In addition, they also offer small pictures and emblems such as stars, hearts and balloons for an extra kick.

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