Clue Dental Marketing Customizes Office with Dry Erase Wall

The past week at the office everyone has been waiting patiently (or not-so-patiently) for the dry erase walls to dry so that we can start testing out our artistic skills on them. The walls were supposed to be given two weeks to dry properly – but that doesn’t mean a couple “test marks” weren’t made behind the printer… Now we are in full force, recording our increasing Facebook “Likes” on the wall and getting an entire side of the conference room decked out with dry erase paint as well.

Here is our painter, Steve, who has become part of the Clue family in the past few weeks, working on the conference room:

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We also tried a little experiment to determine whether to use specialized dry erase paint or high-gloss paint before we decided which to use on the conference room. Tom’s office has the specialized dry erase paint while Brian’s has the high gloss stuff. The results: erasing capabilities are about the same, but the prep work and affordability of the high-gloss paint are more reasonable. So high-gloss paint it is for the conference room!

Now that the paint in Tom and Brian’s offices is dry, we have begun to write to-do lists, document projects, and put some fun drawings on the walls. The best part is it can all come off whenever we need it to (or at least we hope so!)

We have even been recording the “Likes” on our Facebook page after we started a new contest in which dentists can win a free lunch for their entire practice. Whoever likes our Facebook page will be entered in a drawing to win the free lunch for their practice. We’ve been refreshing the Facebook page a few times a day to see who has entered the contest!

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