Along with plain white surfaces, dry erase boards are often available with pre-printed graphics that are commonly used in schools and businesses. But if you want a personalized dry erase board, EVERWhite can create whatever you need.
We have manufactured thousands of custom-printed whiteboards over the years. Customers come to us with ready-to-use designs, or with just an idea that we work with to create a unique design.
Personalized dry erase boards are functional and attractive.
Functional designs can help business planning, production scheduling, safety tracking, patient care notes, customer welcome messages and announcements, and restaurant and hotel offerings. In schools, personalized dry erase boards are commonly used for sports team coaching, strength and conditioning goals, and for teaching, such as lined whiteboards and boards with grids.
See hundreds of examples of custom dry erase boards in the 15 categories of our custom printed gallery.
We print graphics and wording below the dry erase surface of our custom whiteboards, so the surface remains smooth for writing or drawing, and so the graphics never fade.
And like all EVERWhite boards, the surface won’t stain or ghost.
EVERWhite makes it easy to order a personalized dry erase board. Use the step-by-step process on our Request a Quote page to get started. Select a board or surface style, then select Custom Printed and indicate your preference for size, quality, etc. From the page, you can upload a completed design or a sketch for us to use to create your personalized dry erase board. We also can provide custom designs for whiteboard wallpaper made by our Everase division.
Dan Griffin is general manager of EVERWhite, a US manufacturer and seller of whiteboards and tack boards used for teaching, coaching, planning, collaboration and tracking. Along with his expertise in the use of whiteboards, Dan excels in leadership, product development, business operations, continuous improvement and product marketing. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a focus on Marketing, from Temple University.