Eileen Davis, owner of Balloon Boutique, Hayes, and Evelyn Smith, owner of Make It Mine Signs, have teamed up to help people celebrate special occasions during the coronavirus.
Smith decided to start her personalized yard signs business after all the events she attends as Giggles the Clown were canceled due to the pandemic.
In honor of Gloucester High School’s weeklong graduation ceremony (which is currently underway), Smith and Davis donated signs and balloons to the school to help celebrate the graduates.
“I wanted to do something special for the grads,” said Davis.
The signs placed outside of the school reads “Congrats Class of 2020.” Davis’s balloon display was set up inside the school and acted as an arch for the graduates to walk under as they headed to the gym for graduation. This was Davis’s and Smith’s way of giving back to the community. The displays were meant to be used as a photo backdrop for the graduates.
Davis and Smith mentioned that their signs and bal...
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