We want to put up a large central bulletin board at our church, and our go-to signage guy, who is a member–suggests that we go with a magnetic board that is apparently used in the corporate world. It can include custom overlays, be painted to match the wall or trim, and used magnets instead of tacks to hold individual items in place.
One of my committee members is skeptical of this, and wants to know how they perform IRL. For example, do magnets give way eventually resulting in stuff falling off, and if so, how long do they hold up?
I pointed out that tacks on a cork board are hardly ideal either, but she is almost as stubborn as I am!