It could-- if you are short and attempting to reach into a holder on top of, say, a tall gas pump in order to remove and replace signage there.
There are so many types of merchandising projects! I am replacing signage for something else today. If tall hubby were not here, I would have needed a step-ladder to reach the top of an end cap and press something into place (or a pair of those 9-inch stiletto heels, haha). For this project, I removed an ~ 8 pound backer and replaced it with lightweight cardboard. My back hurt most from making the pegs fit into the pre-cut cardboard slots. Go figure.
You can always ask project managers for additional or specific information, if you need it to make a decision about each project. This way you learn more about locations, MSC's, and you as a merchandiser.
Thanks for the input. Does replacing signage require climbing a ladder or doing heavy lifting?
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