Stock International Overdose Awareness Day Ribbon Yard Sign

SKU: PB-DA455-C-YARD Minimum Qty: 10
  • Remember Those Lost & Raise Awareness
  • End the Stigma – Unite for Impact
  • Double-sided with visibility from both directions
  • Includes a metal H-Stake for easy display
  • Please allow 5-10 working days for production
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Ready to make a statement that lingers in hearts and minds? These purple ribbon-shaped yard signs are your tool for honoring those we’ve lost and shattering the stigma during International Overdose Awareness Day.

No engineering degree required. Just pop the included metal H-Stake in the ground, slide in the sign, and voilà – they’re a beacon of remembrance and unity, visible from any angle and reminding us that compassion is the key to change.

Want to move the signs around? Simply pull them out of the ground and put them in a different area. Grab your signs now and let’s remember, honor, and bring awareness to Overdose Awareness Day and beyond.

Features that Matter:

  • 24″ x 18″ Purple Awareness Ribbon Shaped Lawn Sign
  • Two-sided Impact: Visibility from both directions ensures your message is seen far and wide
  • Effective: Reusable outreach tool with flexible usage
  • Sturdy Material: Includes a traditional metal H-Stake for easy display
  • Durable: 4 mil white coroplast made to resist fading and withstand the weather
  • No Hardware Required: Use your foot to gently step or push stake ends into the ground

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Additional information

Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 20 × 18 × 24 in

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