The Space Needle is undoubtedly one of Seattle's most iconic landmarks. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, its 605-foot-tall, futuristic observation tower resembles a flying saucer on a stick. The tower's round observation deck offers spectacular views of the city and surrounding mountain ranges. Built in a remarkable 400 days, it receives more than a million visitors annually and is the most popular tourist attraction in the Northwest.
For all the landmark's signage needs, Marketing Director Randy Cote turned to HP Media.
For directional/health compliance signage, check-in signage, window graphics, and special events, the marketing department prints in-house, choosing HP Removable Adhesive Fabric.
"HP Removable Adhesive Fabric works great on glass and is easy to put up and peel off cleanly," notes Cote. "And we can change out event information quickly and easily, and of course this is important for all the new compliance rules. The Space Needle was the first tourist attraction to open in Seattle after the pandemic. The information for Covid restrictions changed constantly; using the HP Removable Adhesive Fabric made everything so much easier to change."
Cote sees a big shift towards environmentally conscious products — HP Removable Adhesive Fabric's REACH compliance certification was a factor in his choice.