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At Frame USA, we champion our craft. We make all of our art, frames, and more inside our warehouse. All wood frames produced from Frame USA are 100% made in America! We take great pride with that because not only are we able to produce everything in house, we are still able to offer highly competitive prices.
A lot of people have questions on the best way to frame a movie poster. While movie poster frames can range in size, the two most common sizes for movie posters are 24×36 and 27×40. Lucky for you, we have a wide range of movie posters and frames for those posters.
First, you need to pick out the perfect poster. Posterservice.com offers a wide range of options, with many top movie poster choices including Super Hero Movies, Star Wars, Terminator and more!
Here are just a few of these great options:
Once you’ve found that perfect poster, you need a movie poster frame.
24 x 36 Poster Frame – This is the most common poster frame size (average poster size) and generally the size that standard posters are made. This is the ideal size for concert and novelty posters to hang around your room or house.
27 x 40 Poster Frame – This is the standard movie poster frame size for typical movie posters (occasionally you’ll find them sized 27 x 41) making it perfect for officially licensed movie posters.
In case you were wondering, all frames can be used to frame posters no matter the type or style. Just remember when your choosing picture frame sizes best suited for your needs, always (and I can’t stress that enough) measure your image first. Our frame sizes are based on inside dimensions, meaning if you have an image that is 8 x 10 and you do not intend on using the mat, you would want to order an 8 x 10 frame. Now if you have an 8 x 10 image and do want to include the mat in the framing process, you have to order a larger frame size to accommodate this.
“Fantastic actually, thanks for asking…How’s your week coming along?”
“I’m doing well & how about yourself?”
“Just trying to keep it together, and you?”
Delivery. Delivery. Delivery.
The foundation for any agreement, albeit personal or business, is rooted in the relationship. Successful relationships are built with good communication, lots of understanding and no false pretenses. Therefore, being in sales and marketing can be challenging. You need to know your product (and know it well), believe in your product and be able to convey the value of said product. You also need to be able to relate to the buyer and depending on their frame reference, cater to their intellectual needs or their emotional needs. The buyer needs to be confident in your presence of product and/or your presence of person.
Being a person who greatly enjoys the art of communication, small talk seems to come natural for me. I’m rarely caught without words. Maybe sometimes this will get me in trouble but usually it brings smiles.
My name is Amanda Dunaway and as the new Sales Representative at Posterservice, I’m really excited about making connections. The opportunity to convey our product line, with its edgy concepts, is definitely something new for me. My sales background has always been in regards to emotional purchases; I’ve sold houses/homes and baby photography. Selling entertaining posters will be unique and I’m super amp’d and ready to rock! Who doesn’t want to talk about “what’s in”, “what’s tried & true” and “what’s super hot”?
Grey Picture Frames are hot right now due to their versatility. The color is relaxed and subtle, and it can be dressed up or down depending on how you intend to use the color. Because of this, we’ve brought you two great new options of Grey Picture Frames.
Gray pairs best with:
The Bright and boldness of the red makes anything pop, especially when paired with softer shades.
This provides a more fashion-forward and millennial vibe.
This is a most popular combination because of its energetic yet feminine feel.
This combination is more classic and neutral look.
Regardless if you’re framing a piece of art or a family picture of a cherished memory, the picture is the highlight but a beautiful picture frame is a fantastic addition! Our grey frames are sure to look great on the walls of your home or office, or are a great gift for the ones you love.
We have some exciting new things taking place around Frame USA and we want to share them with you.
For the month of November enjoy 10% off all Grey Picture Frames with coupon code: November10
As with anything you place in your home, make sure it’s something that works for you. In the end it’s all about finding something that works for you and makes your home a more comfortable environment. Grey Picture Frames are simply on of the many ways to make an ordinary home extraordinary!
On Tuesday, October 31st Frame USA once again hosted it’s annual Halloween party! The party features festive food, snacks and drinks and there is a pumpkin decorating (we’ll call it decorating instead of carving because some pumpkins were painted) contest as well as a costume contest.
The origins of carving pumpkins at Halloween began in Ireland in the 19th century. Originally people hallowed out turnips to act as lanterns and often carved them with obscure faces. Jack-o’-lanterns were said to represent the spirits or supernatural beings (used by people to frighten others),or were used to ward off evil spirits (set in places to keep harmful spirits out of one’s home).
In addition to all these wonderfully decorated pumpkins we crafted, there was also a costume contest which many of our employees participated in. It is thought that wearing Halloween costumes began in Scotland in 1585 with the custom coming from Celtic festivals. Halloween costumes were traditionally based on supernatural or terrifying characters but by the 30’s, costume trend took a turn with more of them being based on characters in mass media, film and literature.
We hope everybody have a safe Halloween and enjoyed it as much as we did!
“St Jude Children’s Research Hospital was founded in 1962. St. Jude’s is a pediatric treatment and research facility that is focused on children’s catastrophic diseases. The hospital costs around $2.4 million a day to run and there is no cost to be treated.
Since St Jude was established, the survival rate for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, which is the most common type of childhood cancer, has increased from 4% in 1962 to 94% today. Also during this time the overall survival rate for childhood cancers has risen from 20% to 80%. St. Jude has treated children from across the US and over 70 countries, with doctors across the world consulting with St. Jude on their toughest cases.“
To help with the vision, Frame USA will be donating to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in appreciation for your online order for the month of November.
We are proud to support this great organization. Be sure to donate during the checkout process to help us support this great charity!
October 24th, 2017 is National Food Day in the USA. This day is all about showcasing healthy food and encouraging people to change their diets for the better. The whole idea is to help people Eat Real, which means limiting the amount of pop and sugary drinks, extremely salted foods, factory farmed meats and other unhealthy items and increasing the intake of fruits, sustainable raised protein, vegetables and whole grains.
National Food Day was started in 2011 by The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). The CSPI provides advice and advocacy for a healthier food system by educating the public and pushing for government policies that are enforce what we know about the dangers of the food we intake.
Some of the biggest changes they’re looking to make with Nation Food Day includes:
Keeping junk food out of schools
Reducing the consumption of soda
Reducing sodium in processed food
Ensure accurate and honest labeling on food packages
Decrease the amount of junk food marketed to children
“The typical American diet is contributing to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and other health problems. Those problems cost Americans more than $150 billion per year. Plus, a meat-heavy diet takes a terrible toll on the environment. Eating Real can save your own health and put our food system on a more humane, sustainable path. With America’s resources, there’s no excuse for hunger, low wages for food and farm workers, or inhumane conditions for farm animals.”
So do your part and start today! Eat a healthier dies and put your family’s diet on track for success.
On Friday the 13th, Frame USA once again hosted it’s annual chili cook-off! This year there were three different competitors who brought their own homemade chili recipes for us all to tryout. There was chicken chili, turkey chili and a spicy beef chili that the entire company feasted on.
All three chilies were delicious and attempting to select a winner tore the company apart. In addition to the chili we also had people bring in very tasty side dishes including homemade cornbread, jalapeno cornbread, black bean brownies and spinach artichoke dip among other things.
Take a look at how the employees were enjoying the feast!
One of the top selling picture frame series is our Corporate Series. We understand why, it comes in a variety of classic colors that truly look great for any style of decor. We didn’t want to limit our customers to just one style of these awesome family picture frames so through out the years that we have been in business we have added some other members to the Corporate Series.
Things you need to know about our Corporate Picture Frames:
The Frame USA Corporate Family Picture Frames are a clean, simple and elegant. These family picture frames are great for smaller certificate frames and matted frames, as well as larger paintings, prints and photos. As one of our more affordable frame series, these family picture frames are made in America from eco-friendly bonanza wood.
Corporate Picture Frames
The Frame USA Corporate Wood Picture Frame Series is clean and simple like our Architect Series, but larger and more substantial. Great for smaller certificate frames and matted frames as well as larger paintings, prints, or photos. It is also one of our most affordable picture frame. This frame is made in America from Eco-Friendly Bonanza wood and is available in 10 rich colors.
Corporate Thin Picture Frames
The Corporate Thin moulding measures 3/4″ wide and is made in America from eco-friendly Bonanza Wood. The Corporate Thin series is not available in Classic Gold, Silver, or either Barnwood varieties but comes in all the other colors from our Corporate family.
Corporate Rounded Picture Frames
The Corporate Rounded wood frames are made in America from eco-friendly Bonanza Wood, with eight popular colors to choose from. Sleek, and contemporary with a rounded profile, these family picture frames are extremely affordable. They are available in many popular sizes including 11×17 and 24×36 but if you need custom frames, these can also be ordered in non-standard sizes.
Corporate Wide Picture Frames
The Corporate Wide series is clean and consistent with a bold two-inch profile These wood picture frames are made in America from eco-friendly Bonanza Wood and with ten popular colors to choose from.
Columbus Day is a national holiday which celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus landing in America on October 12, 1492. It wasn’t until 1905 in Colorado that Columbus Day first became an official state holiday, it later became a federal holiday in 1937. Fast forward 33 years (October 12th 1970) and Columbus Day has been fixed to the second Monday in October.
Recently there has been opposition to Columbus day. Citizens are opposed to celebrating Columbus, as he was someone who brutally exploited, kidnapped and enslaved native people he encountered, as well as the decimation of indigenous people of the Americas from disease and conflict with European colonists.
That resulted in the creation of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, this is a holiday celebrating the native people of America. Indigenous Peoples’ Day is an official city and state holiday in numerous cities across the US with the intention of honoring Native Americans, their history and culture. Indigenous Peoples’ Day began in Berkeley, California in 1992 and later spread to Santa Cruz in 1994 and then to other cities and states in the mid-to-late 2010s.