July 2016 marks the passing of Noel Neill, and if the name doesn’t ring a bell, no doubt the character she played in TV’s Superman will. Neill was the original Lois Lane, intrepid reporter for the Daily Planet in Metropolis, appearing in 78 episodes of Adventures of Superman from 1953 to 1958. Ironically, Neill’s real-life father was a newspaper editor in Minnesota and daughter Noel aspired to be a journalist, not an actress playing one.
When not out of the office having crazy adventures and getting saved by Superman, Lois was easily identified at her desk thanks to the 1950s-chic Name Plate on her desk. Fast forward to 2016 and the floor layout at the Daily Planet would likely look entirely different. Lois would now have her own cubicle and her Name Plate Holder would be the latest in premium thickness acrylic, powerful enough to take hard knocks and faster to install than a speeding locomotive!
Enter new PNHT4 Series Name Plate Holders from PPM. Its superior composition in durable acrylic delivers crystal clear light transmission (92%) and is impervious to fading, discoloration, and probably kryptonite.
You don’t have to be Superman to install this latest generation in Partition Name Plate Holders. They’re geared to slide easily on cubicle walls and when moves are made and operations grow, PNHT4 Name Plate Holders are easy to relocate and interchange. And since acrylic is so flexible, custom size requests are easy to accommodate.
New styles have also taken Name Plate Holders leaps and bounds even higher than Superman jumping over tall buildings. The sharper new look includes innovative acrylic slots for name/title inserts and a unique 4-Way Top View…and with a showcase like the PNHT4 Series, you can spotlight a broader range of options in name plates themselves. No matter what type of material or font you choose, the view in a new PPM Name Plate Holder is as 20/20 clear as Superman’s X-Ray vision!