Why Branding Really Matters To Businesses Of Every Size

Published on Nov 23, 2016 by Blog, Featured in Blog, Featured


“Your brand is your voice in the marketplace, and it is your proposition for disruption. It is your opportunity to create something with lasting impact. It is how you tell your story, and it is absolutely key to your success and your survival.” – Amy Cosper, Entrepreneur magazine, editor-in-chief

As Cosper states, branding is the key to a company’s market strategy. It’s the defining attribute that connects a company and its consumer base. Branding is an important consideration for all companies – from new startups to large corporations. The way a company tells its story will largely define its success.

In today’s post, we examine why branding really matters and the significant role it plays in businesses of every size.

How Branding Affects Business

So, what exactly is branding and how can companies be better at it? Branding encompasses the entire representation of a company; from the  design elements (like logo font, colors, brand guide book) to the marketing strategies (medium choices, target audiences, product and service presentation) to the public interface to the market. Branding is the composition of all of these details, and as such is an important step in creating a consistent, cohesive message.

Most companies, regardless of size, consistently juggle numerous metaphorical balls in the air. They’re dealing with product development, financing, customer relations, company growth, and so on. For some of these companies, branding may seem less of a priority than other tasks. However, a strong brand strategy resonates at the core of a business and moves outward.

Companies with a strong branding strategy let branding ripple through every department. Take companies like Disney, Apple, or Nike for example. Each of these companies has a specific brand strategy that successfully creates relationships with consumers. Disney projects the idea of magical experiences throughout every interaction with consumers. Apple connects people with innovative technology and, as such, brands itself as an innovator in tech. Nike tells everyone to “just do it” with a theme that is representative of core company values. Each of these companies take their brand very seriously, as a business owner you should too.

Branding for Different Stages of Company Growth

We’ve established the importance of branding for company success. Following this idea, how a company integrates brand strategies may be very different depending on what stage the company is in.

For example, emerging startup companies have the luxury of starting from a blank slate. These companies can use market research to position value add to customers through a new voice that resonates. Startups have the luxury of defining what makes their company special and building departments in align with these values. The goal being to create successful integration into the market.

Midsize companies often face the issue of creating additional growth. These companies, have (hopefully) already established a brand strategy that is working. The opportunity here is to evaluate current strategies to tweak, pivot, and/or rehaul branding issues that are not as effective as possible.

Larger corporations face the issue of agility. Most bigger companies aren’t as nimble as smaller companies because creating change in larger corporations is usually slow and expensive, and often the stakes are extremely high. The challenge for larger corporations is to make sure branding is telling the right story.

In short: branding efforts matter for all companies, no matter the size. The ability to clearly and consistently communicate your company’s goals, product/service offerings, values, and personality depend on strong branding.

Tools Every Business Can Use to Increase Branding

Regardless of which stage of business your company is in, there are tools that can be used to effectively increase brand awareness, generate more sales, and increase market share. At Elite Signs and Graphics, we offer the necessary products to increase your branding efforts; tools like cleverly designed, high-quality signage for interior and exterior use, marketing collateral like brochures, flyers, business card, advertising efforts like retractable banners, table covers, event tents, and inflatables. No matter what your branding needs are, our team at Elite Signs and Graphics can help.

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand, call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.

How To Make Your New Business Stand Out From The Crowd

Published on Nov 17, 2016 by Blog, Featured in Blog, Featured

Starting a new business is hard work; trust us, we know, we’re a small business ourselves. We opened Elite Signs & Graphics in 2008. From idea conception to serving our first customer to where we are now eight years later, starting and running a business is challenging every step of the way. Yet, it’s some of the most rewarding work you’ll do!

One of the first things to realize in starting a new business is the need to differentiate and stand out from the crowd. New businesses need to be able to attract the right core audience base, including target consumers, in order to generate revenues. To help you do this, we’ve curated a list of ways to creatively and effectively make your business stand out from the crowd. Check it out below.

Smart Marketing

All marketing is not created equal. Some campaigns are incredibly effective creating lifelong customers from target audiences, others, unfortunately, do not turn out as effectively. A key factor in how successful a new business is in the approach of marketing efforts. Businesses need to invest in smart marketing initiatives, no matter how big or how small the company’s marketing budget.

One of the best ways to measure a marketing campaign is based on the impressions with the target audience. For example, according to consumer data analysis company Nielsen television ads typically generate 450,000 impressions per campaign with numbers varying based on ad content and campaign length. Newspapers are regularly found to be the most expensive advertising medium today, costing $0.032 per impression, compared to television ads costing $0.025. According to Statista, the most cost effective form of advertising is speciality ads like promotional products and signage coming in at $0.007 per impression.

Signage & Marketing Materials

At Elite Signs & Graphics, we specialize in creating marketing signage to productively engage with your target consumers to bring in more sales. The cost per impression of using marketing and advertising mediums like signage, things like trade show banners, vehicle wraps, window decals, interior and exterior signs, are the most cost-effective form of advertising. Signage provides businesses with longer campaign timeframes and reaches incredibly large audiences.

For example, a trade show banner for a new business can generate hundreds of thousands of impressions per event. These materials help customers recognize and identify with your business. They also help consumers know what services, products, offers, and prices are available. Other examples include vehicle wraps that generate over 70,000 impressions daily, exterior signs generate hundreds of impressions daily as customers interact with your store front.

Get Creative

There are many creative marketing techniques within the advertising specialities medium to help your business stand out from the crowd. From creating eye-catching custom inflatables like event arches and inflatable furniture to custom stadium gear perfect for sports games, music events, and conferences, our team can help suggest creative ways to help your business stand out from the crowd.

Other creative marketing ideas include:

  • Using window decals and vinyl lettering in attractive ways to promote campaigns to consumers
  • Adding wall murals to your offices and/or for trade shows to increase brand awareness
  • Creating life-size cutouts for events – customers will love taking photos with these!
  • Offering sleek brochures and flyers to help spread awareness
  • Incorporating full color tabletop displays to stand out at tradeshows

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand, call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.

Growing Small Businesses With The Right Signage

Published on Nov 10, 2016 by Blog, Featured in Blog, Featured


According to a recent article published by Forbes there are over 28 million small business owners in the United States, and over 50% of the workforce works for a small business. That’s a significant number of people working to to build and grow small businesses. While growth and increasing revenues are important for all businesses, they’re especially important for small businesses that might not have the backing and support found in larger corporations. Today, we’re sharing 3 ways to grow small businesses with the right signage.

1. Storefront Signage is Key

Building brand awareness is an important step in creating effective relationships with customers. It’s important to clearly communicate to customers who your company is and what your company has to offer. Creating a storefront sign is among the first steps in building this relationship. This type of signage strives to answer customer questions like: what specific services and products does your company offer? How are you different than your competition? And, how can you solve problems for the consumer to make their lives easier?

Your storefront signage projects the essence of your business to customers and potential customers. It’s one of the first things customers will notice about your brand, make sure it’s a positive one. The difference between a high-quality professional sign announcing your business and a cheap banner speaks volumes.

Small business owners may be tempted to cut costs by opting for lower quality signage. Avoid these pitfalls and contact our team at Elite Signs & Graphics. We offer professional-quality storefront signs that work for all ranges of budgets; from designing intricate installs to creating more simple-yet-quality window decals to serve as storefront signage and promote your business.

2. Build Brand Impressions

As a small business owner, every dollar you spend is important and meaningful. Make sure your advertising and marketing dollars are spent in a way that will get the most “bang-for-the-buck.” One way to do this is to use signage to continuously connect and build brand impressions with potential customers. By wrapping company vehicles, you can generate thousands of brand impressions. In fact, a study by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) found that, depending on city and population size, a single vehicle wrap can generate between 30,000 and 70,000 daily impressions, equating to millions of views a year.

3. Use Signage Effectively to Communicate Your Message  

Signage is an important marketing tool for other aspects of your small business as well. Your company may attend trade shows, host and/or sponsors events, or create promotional flyers; these materials are all part of your company’s marketing materials and should be carefully considered. While each medium may have a different approach to the messaging, your marketing signage should resonate and speak synchronously to amplify your brand.

Choosing the right signage to correctly share your message is key. If you need advice on which platform might work best for your needs, our team of marketing specialists can help. Our design team can create virtual mockup designs for you to provide visual previews as well. Examples of additional signage platforms available include:

  • Brochures/Flyers/Business Cards
  • Retractable Banners
  • Table Covers
  • Event Tents
  • Inflatables

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand, call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.

How Often Do You Need To Replace Your Business Signs?

Published on Nov 3, 2016 by Blog in Blog

Your signage represents your business and brand image to the public and often it’s the first interaction customers have with your company. You have one chance to create a great first impression with consumers, make sure your business signs represent the quality products and services you offer. At Elite Signs & Graphics, we create lasting, high-quality signage so you can be sure to create the best consumer impressions.

External Factors

There are several contributing factors that affect the lifecycle of your business sign. External factors like quality of materials and environment can greatly influence the lifespan of your business signage.  For example, when considering wrapping a vehicle it’s important to know that specific materials may influence lifecycle.

The environment plays the biggest contributing factor to the lifespan of signage. Outdoor signs in areas with intense, variable weather conditions will likely show wear-and tear sooner than places with rather temperate weather conditions. For example, conditions in Northern Florida where the weather is more mild might experience longer signage lifecycles than Central and Southern Florida where the wear is more severe. Let our experienced team at Elite Signs & Graphics help you pick the right signage to fit your business needs.

Internal Factors

There are also internal factors that may influence the decision whether or not to change business signage. If your business has recently gone through a rebrand, it’s advised to change all business marketing materials to reflect the new message. It’s not enough, for example, to just update business cards or a website with new information. It’s important to send clear, consistent messaging to consumers across all touchpoints — including signage. Depending on the signage used, this may be easier to do than you might anticipate. Options like window decals, vinyl lettering, or car wraps, can be switched out fairly easily. On the other hand, options like storefront signage will be more difficult to replace.

Another important internal factor to consider regarding signage is relevancy. How often do you want to create new, eye-catching graphics that represent your business and/or specific marketing initiatives? Using the same signage for 5+ years, while possible in terms of the signage lifespan, might not be the best use of marketing potential.

Your Sign Represents Your Business

Remember, how the appearance of your signage speaks to your business; whether that message is positive or not is up to you. Old, faded signs may imply your business is not current and not thriving. Outdated signage with old graphics and trends may imply that your business is outdated, not technologically-advanced, and that your products and services are also that way.

New, crisp signage creates positive brand associations. Customers may equate vibrant, eye-catching graphics with a business that understands the importance of design. Given the choice between working with a business with old, faded signage or working with a business with up-to-date, fresh signage, consumers will most likely choose the latter. Which would you choose? Let our team at Elite Signs & Graphics help you create vibrant, new signage for your business!

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand, call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.

Vinyl Window Lettering and Window Decals:

Published on Oct 27, 2016 by Blog in Blog

Which Is Best?


At Elite Signs and Graphics we specialize in creating custom signage to help your business build brand awareness and execute marketing initiatives. Two of the services we specialize in include vinyl window lettering and window decals. While both of these options provide custom graphic optimization to brand your windows, each process has distinct differences. Each option provides unique benefits and trade-offs to consider when creating the perfect graphic for your business needs. Today’s post helps you decide which treatment is best for your business – vinyl window lettering or window decals.

Vinyl Window Lettering

Vinyl lettering is ideal for businesses looking for a clean, crisp graphic primarily using numbers, letters, and one or two colors. This treatment cuts design shapes individually from adhesive, pre-colored vinyl. Each letter or number is cut using specific machinery, similar to the process of using a die-cut. The result is crisp lettering or numbers that can be adhered to glass, both the inside or outside on doors and windows, and on interior walls. This process can also create simple shapes, but isn’t able to handle complicated designs or logos.

Because vinyl lettering uses pre-colored vinyl there is a limited selection of colors available to utilize. The machinery is also limited to pre-loaded fonts and texts that work with the cutting process for vinyl lettering. Fonts with simple, clean lines work best. Elaborate, script fonts do not work as well for this process. At Elite Signs and Graphics, we make installation easy so that each piece does not need to be applied individually. Instead, we use a pre-spaced, masking transfer tape to make application easy. Your design will look just like it does on paper.

Many businesses use vinyl lettering when they want to create long-lasting signage for their businesses. A popular trend is to use vinyl lettering to showcase quotes, company mission statements, or goals to use as decor on walls. Additional examples of vinyl lettering usage include: store hours, phone numbers, websites, and interior wall designs.

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Window Decals

Window decals are a great option for businesses looking to create elaborate, detailed, or multi-colored designs for their windows or glass surfaces. This type of treatment uses software designed to match colors exactly to the Pantone color code. Our Elite Signs and Graphics team can create a graphic using the exact shade of a color you’re looking to use. Window deals also allow full color processing i.e. the blending of full color shades.

The process of creating a window decal is quite different from that of creating vinyl window lettering.  A window decal is transferred or printed onto a clear sheet of Window Deco material. This material is designed to absorb full resolution colors and has adhesive properties. The image is printed onto the material leaving the clear material to act as a spacer between the images. Therefore the design will be created on one piece of material and installed as a single unit.

For design savvy customers, you can create your own image in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, save as a .PNG file and we’ll be able to print it exactly as is. If that was confusing to you, we also provide design services to do this service for our customers. Either way, you’ll end up with a graphic decal you love!


Source: Flickr Creative Commons

Pro’s and Con’s to Consider:

Vinyl Window Lettering:

  • Ideal for numbers, letters, and less complex designs
  • Ideal for graphics with a few color options
  • Easy to swap out missing numbers or letters without redoing entire design
  • Lasts longer than window decals. Typically vinyl lettering can last between 8-10 years

Window Decals:

  • Great for complex designs
  • Able to print multiple colors and full color process using 4 color process
  • Shorter lifespan, typically lasts 2-5 years
  • Easy to remove and trade out entire design with new images

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, trade show banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand, call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.



How Vehicle Wraps Can Help You Rebrand

Published on Oct 20, 2016 by Blog, Vehicle Wraps in Blog, Vehicle Wraps


Developing consistent messaging that speaks to your customer base is key to creating effective marketing materials. One of the best ways to do this is by wrapping company vehicles, like service, maintenance, and/or delivery vehicles, with professionally designed graphics. Creating eye-catching, attractive visual marketing materials enables your vehicles to work for you to build brand awareness and increase revenues for your business.

Cost-Effective Advertising Strategy

Building a brand strategy that resonates with consumers is an important step for businesses. It’s important to analyze the target demographic and choose the most effective mediums to reach that market. For example, direct mailings might work really well for consumers aged 55+ but be ineffective when working with Millennials. Likewise, advertising on social platforms might resonate with younger demographics but be less effective for connecting with the working class professional.

Vehicle wraps are a form of universal advertising that effectively builds brand awareness across all demographics. They’re also the most cost-effective advertising medium. In fact, compared to other forms of advertising, vehicle wraps offer the lowest cost-per-impression. A study by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) found that, depending on city and population size, a single vehicle wrap can generate between 30,000 and 70,000 daily impressions. Over the lifetime of the vehicle wrap it can generate hundreds of thousands of customer impressions. This means the cost-per-impression for vehicle wrap advertising is, quite literally, pennies on the dollar.

Build Brand Awareness

Vehicle wraps are an effective tool to increase brand awareness within a community. Driving through a community helps consumers recognize your brand and helps them align your brand with community values. Consumers are more likely to purchase from a company that builds a connection with them than one that’s foreign to them. Vehicle wraps help build brand awareness, and thus connection, every time a consumer sees the vehicle. Whether you have one company vehicle or a fleet of company vehicles, vehicle wraps will increase brand awareness for your business.

Market Your Current Campaigns

Because vehicle wraps are easily installed and removed, your company cars can serve as continuously up-to-date advertisements. Launching a new product? Hoping to promote a specific service? Working to increase sales on time-specific promotions? Creating a vehicle wrap with time-sensitive information is easier than ever. At Elite Signs and Graphics our team can easily install personalized vehicle wraps for all occasions.

Our specific design equipment can also create exact PMS (Pantone Matching System) color-matched graphics. Our equipment allows us to use exact number-coded colors to represent your business in your vehicle wraps. For example, if you want to create a graphic using your company logo we can PMS-match the exact shade of blue in your logo for your vehicle wrap. This is vitally important to creating consistent marketing materials for your business. Imagine if Coca-Cola used a marketing material with a shade of red that wasn’t their signature color. Your business and your brand integrity are just as important.

Protects Your Vehicles

Vehicles wraps help protect your company vehicles from standard wear-and-tear by acting as a protective barrier surrounding your vehicle. Wraps help eliminate scratches to paint and even weather damages to the car from road debris, thus helping your company present a professional image at all times. What does it say about your business if your company car is peeling, damaged, or outdated? Vehicle wraps enable your company cars to maintain a current, polished look as they represent your business on the road.

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand; call us at (407) 898-0111 for your free consultation today.

Image: Flickr

How Branding Affects Business

Published on Sep 14, 2016 by Blog, Featured in Blog, Featured

Branding is an extremely important part of creating and growing a business. In today’s fast-paced and highly accessible society, it’s even more important to tell the narrative of your company yourself – because if you don’t, be sure that someone else will. Today, we’re discussing the importance of branding and How Branding Affects Business.


What is a Brand?

Let’s start at the beginning; what is a brand? While we may take this idea for granted as we are continuously surrounded by advertising messages from brands, it’s smart to begin the conversation by defining what a brand actually is. A brand is everything that encompasses and makes up an organization. Things like a company logo and visual identity, marketing and communication strategy, key employees and company decisions, product design, packaging, pricing structure, and targeted customer base. In short, a brand is your company’s identifying mark.

Creating an Informed Brand Strategy

Now that we’ve discussed everything that comprises a brand, it’s time to look at the effects of a well-informed brand strategy. A brand strategy will give guidelines to your company on what your brand is and how it operates. If your entire company operates with the same vision, purpose, and mission – from the CEO to the newly hired interns – you’ll be able to create a  “flag” that others can proudly wave.

Defining your brand guidelines helps you connect with your customers. It helps them recognize your company and differentiate you from other competitors in the same industry. Often times your product offering and pricing structures might be very similar to your competitors, what differentiates you is your brand. How you treat customers, your company voice, your policies, all comprise your brand strategy. Creating a strong brand strategy also helps you connect with a variety of other stakeholders like customers, investors, employees, and future customers.

Building Your Brand Helps You Grow Your Business

Growing your brand is a vital step in growing your business. As you continue to differentiate yourself from competitors and create a strong brand voice, you’ll attract the consumers in your target demographic. For example, consider the Mercedes-Benz brand. This company’s brand strategy clearly works to target a higher-income customer. Everything they do and make; from their luxury interiors to their simple, elegant commercials reinforces this brand identity.

Create an Emotional connection

Lastly, strong brands create an emotional connection with consumers. Emotional connection with brands has largely been studied and connected with buying power. The more a brand can create an emotional response in consumers, the more likely consumers will be to buy. Take Disney for example, the organization has some of the best branding and consumer loyalty of any company. Customers flock to all things Disney; whether it’s their amusement parks, branded goods, movies or television shows. Disney has created an emotional response in their customers. People are willing to pay well over market value for Disney-branded goods than they are for the same good without the branding.

When companies are bought or merge with other companies, largely what is being bought and sold is the brand. Yes, product, manufacturing supplies, work force, and other tangible items will be exchanged, but the brand itself is typically the most vital exchange.  Like the famous quote by Steve Forbes says, “Your brand is the single most important investment you can make in your business.”

Let us help!

At Elite Signs and Graphics, we understand how important your brand is to your business. That’s why we create full branded capabilities to highlight your brand wherever you go. We offer vehicle wraps, signs, tradeshow banners, interior and exterior signage, and more. Let us help you build your brand!

Project Spotlight: Fusion 360 Lounge N Grill – Electrical and Awning Signage

Published on Sep 21, 2015 by Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs in Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs

Orlando has a new restaurant and lounge in town located in the neighborhood of Dr. Phillips, close to Universal, Disney World and International drive. This fantastic restaurant and lounge known as Fusion 360 Lounge N Grill offers Indian Cuisine and craft cocktails in a posh atmosphere. We recently had the pleasure of working with Fusion 360 Lounge N Grill to create and install awning lettering and two electrical signs showcased on the exterior, front side of their restaurant building. Below you will see the final look of the installation:

Fusion 360 - Electrical Sign - View 1


Fusion 360 - Electrical Sign - View 2


Fusion 360 - Electrical Sign - View 3


Fusion 360 - Electrical Sign - View 4

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Project Spotlight: Bungalow Beach Place 3D Metal Lettering

Published on Sep 16, 2015 by Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs in Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs

Although, Summer is almost coming to an end, thankfully here in the Sunshine State, we are able to enjoy the beach almost all year round. One of our recent sign projects involved creating 3D lettering for the exterior of a beachside vacation rental property in Indian Shores, Florida known as Bungalow Beach Place. This project consisted of producing custom designed and cut metal lettering at our print shop in Greater Orlando. Our talented team of installers made the journey to Indian Shores, Florida and applied the finishing touches with a full installation of the dimensional lettering. The sign was installed at the rear of the building, which is only steps away from the ocean, where beach goers taking a casual stroll can view the name of the property. Interesting thing about this property is that it has been around since, the 1970s. Previously it was known as the Florentine, but, now it sports the name Bungalow Beach Place. Team Elite has done it again, we are always creating rocking signs that fit a variety of brand images.

Bungalow Beach Place - Metal Wall Lettering

If you like what you see, then, check out our other 3D exterior lettering projects here.

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Project Spotlight: Graham Chiropractic Electical Sign

Published on Sep 14, 2015 by Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs in Blog, Featured, Recent Jobs

Located off of Sand Lake Road in Orlando, Florida is the doctor’s office of Dr. Glenn S Graham and Dr. Jon D. McCoy.  Dr. Graham, a native Philadelphian attended Life Chiropractic University, where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He has been practicing in Orlando since 1999, having “…worked one on one with several members of the NFL, MLB, NBA, LPGA and PGA, along with professional dancers, wakeboarders, water skiers and mixed martial arts fighters”(1). Dr. McCoy a native Ohioian, earned his doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. He is one out of one hundred and forty doctors in the United States, who knows how to apply a “…special myofascial release that deals directly with sports and muscle/joint injuries” (1).

We recently had the privilege of designing and installing channel lettering (electrical signage) for their medical office, Graham Chiropractic. Check out the final look of their custom electrical signage after the installation was completed by our talented team of installers:

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(1) The Doctors. (n.d.). Retrieved September 21, 2015, from http://www.grahamchiropractic.org/the-doctors/

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