Watchfire Signs Sales Director John Kunze was recently interviewed for a story in Digital Signage Today about the life cycle of an LED sign and when to consider an upgrade or replacement. In the last 10 years, LED sign technology has evolved greatly. Business owners who were “early adopters” of the electronic message centers may […]
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Signs Plus Inc of Bellingham, WA has a position open for a Journeyman Sign Fabricator. Signs Plus Inc has been creating custom illuminated and non-illuminated signage throughout the Pacific Northwest since 1992. Our accomplishments include many high profile projects and clients in the region. We are seeking to add another outstanding employee to our team. Qualified […]
I have heard some amazing horror stories from business owners and managers about unscrupulous sign contractors over the years; there have even been a few on the news and in the social media circles I follow, and they almost always elicit sympathy for the customer’s plight. What most people outside the sign industry never see […]
Every shopper in Who-ham liked Christmas a lot…. But the Glitch in the message center did not. The Glitch hated Christmas – and that was the reason- To jam up the sign and keep messages freezin’. It could be the weather that caused the whole plight or maybe the wires got twisted too tight. But […]
According to Wikipedia, “The main purpose of a sign is to communicate, to convey information such that its receiver can make cognitive decisions based on the information provided.” That most likely will not happen, or maybe shouldn’t happen, if the message you are trying to convey is unclear… There are websites and books dedicated to […]
Here at Signs Plus, we recognize the need for specialized signs to service banks, credit unions and financial institutions. We offer a product line of Architectural Sign Systems that allow for easy creation of a professional, cost-effective “total facility” signage package for banks, credit unions and financial institutions. Your decision to “sign with us” is the […]