A Nearby Local Municiality™ (NLM) has built a banner bracket system onto an overpass... they use it to advertise local parks & rec stuff, upcoming events, etc... My fave was the "Shop Local" at holiday time, with a touching message about how buying local supports the people in your community. Where did they get the banner? Internet! Anyway... NOW, they want to re-use a banner for a recurring event, but the date & the sponsors have changed. So, they want to apply TWO printed vinyl patches: a 3x16 patch (that's FEET, not inches) and another one that is just inder 2ft x 16 ft. Yep.. they are going to put almost 5 ft of vinyl on an 8 x 16 ft banner. The best part: They want it to be vinyl (3651) and UN-LAMINATED, UN-MASKED. They will be applying it to an old banner. HOW can this be cheaper than just re-printing the whole banner? I am a 3rd party to this transaction. I am doing it wholesale for another guy that is selling it to them. Why didn't they call Original Vendor™?? I wish I could make a youTube video of the city guys trying to apply a 16' patch to this banner! TWICE! When I see it hit the bridge I will take a photo.