Brockton Information Boards (BIBs) Redesigned and Installed in Six Locations Across the City

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The Brockton Information Boards are here! The new boards were installed late last month in six locations across Brockton. At the Brockton Historical Society, 216 North Pearl Street, Route 27; Metro South Chamber of Commerce & City Hall, School Street; Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak Street; Downtown Parking Garage, corner of Main & Crescent Street; BAT Intermodal Centre (2 boards), corner of Commercial & Centre Street; and Downtown Commuter Rail, Commercial Street, Police Station.

The Brockton Information Boards (BIBs) feature local attractions such as the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton Rox, Brockton Historical Society, History Trail, Fairgrounds, City Hall Plaza, and important monuments within the city. At the center of the board is a map of Brockton containing major routes, transportation services, schools, and train stations. The BIBs were created to provide an appealing and practical way to assist people in their navigation of Brockton while showcasing local businesses, promoting tourism, and helping current residents realize the “hidden gems”. The BIBs support the revitalization of the “City of Champions” by promoting area businesses and locales, thereby, retaining dollars and fostering growth in Brockton.

We want to thank Sign Design for producing and installing these Boards for the Chamber, and thank you to our sponsors for participating in the revitalization of Brockton. To learn about participating in a future BIB update, contact Chamber Director of Communications – Emma Stratton.

Brockton Information Board posted on School Street, between the Metro South Chamber of Commerce (60 School Street) and Brockton City Hall (45 School Street).
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