Alligator Crossing Sign Watch out for those Gators

Alligators date themselves all the way back to the time of dinosaurs. Today they are a part of daily life for people who live around water in parts of Florida. For those places where people need education or a reminder Alligator Crossing Signs function and fulfill this need for safety. Made of durable aluminum measuring 12″ x 12″ with bright baked on caution yellow and full color artwork this Alligator Crossing Sign is perfect for outdoor function. Alligator signs can also serve useful purpose for fun in schools, businesses and any place that needs an alligator theme. Schools often choose Alligators as their school mascot and the nickname Gators. Businesses often adopt Alligators as a symbol for their business. Maybe their business is known for it’s big bite. Armed services that are amphibious use Alligators which live on land and in water as their rally symbol. Teachers in schools often give their class team name like Alligators. These are just a few examples of some possible uses for Alligator Crossing Signs. Animal Crossing Signs like these Alligator signs serve outdoor safety and indoor decor fun. The Alligator Crossing Sign and the Alligator Sign Dead End Warning are both shown.

About Animal and Pet Lover Gifts Specialist Animal World specializes in animal and pet lover gifts including plush stuffed animals, crossing signs, throw blankets, t shirts, earrings, figurines, toy miniatures, puppets, nature sounds CDs, neckties, mugs, plates, and key chains.

Posted on July 2, 2009, in Alligator crossing sign, alligator crossing signs, animal crossing sign, animal crossing signs, gator sign, gator signs. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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