Warren County Strong!

We invite you take part in our effort to celebrate the communities and organizations of Warren County!

With all the worrisome news out there right now, we’d like to spread a bit of joy and show the strength of our communities by posting banners that feature the great towns and organizations in Warren County. All are invited to submit a proposal for a banner with a picture or artwork of something in our County that you want to celebrate: that could be a local landmark, festival, organization, park, a piece of history, etc. Banners will be hung on the Indianola square, on the fencing surrounding the Warren County Justice Center construction site. Banners will be printed on mesh banner material that allows wind to flow through, at a size of 48” high x 96” wide (4’x8’).

Here’s what you need to do to participate:

  1. Find a sponsor to cover the $75 cost of printing a banner (the sponsor can add their logo to the banner – a great publicity opportunity!)
  2. Fill out this short online form describing your idea for the banner:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YSQ9Z9W
    OR Click here for a printable proposal form

Indianola Hometown Pride will review the proposal, and if it fits the theme of the display, we will follow up with details about printing and timeline.

Refer to the photos on our facebook page for examples of banners that have already been approved and hung on the fence. 

Click here to read our full policy regarding approval, printing and hanging of the banners.

Thank you in advance for showing your pride in Warren County!

Please note: While it is our hope and intention that this display will last for this season and the next, we we can not make any guarantees for how long the banners will last or how long they will be displayed. The contractor has agreed to allow us to display on the fencing throughout the construction phase, and the banner material is meant for long-term outdoor use, but unknown factors such as weather, vandalism, accidental damage, or unexpected construction changes could impact the longevity of the banner display. 

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