Kohl's Department Store Goes Green in Alaska

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Kohl's, one of the largest retailers in the US, is going green. Kohl's chose Federal Heath Sign to manufacture and install a new prototype LED letterset sign for its Anchorage location, the first store to open in Alaska. The LEDs use less energy and have the added feature of not dimming in cold weather.

Kohl's, one of the largest retailers in the US, is going green in Alaska. The specialty department store chain chose Federal Heath Sign Company to manufacture and install a new prototype LED letterset sign for its Anchorage location, the first Kohl's in Alaska.

In keeping with their 'green scene' initiatives, Kohl's chose LEDs to light the signs. The LEDs have proven reduced energy consumption, with the added feature of not dimming in cold weather. Another consideration was the LEDs ease of service and maintenance (vs. neon), especially important in this area of the country, said Federal Heath's Sales Executive Bill Schwalbach.

To meet Kohl's deadline, Federal Heath used both truck and boat transportation to deliver the new sign on time and within budget, according to Schwalbach. The Anchorage LED sign is the new prototype approved by Kohl's for all future locations.

Federal Heath Sign Company has been providing signs for Kohl's 48 nationwide locations since 1986.

About Federal Heath Sign
Federal Heath Sign Company provides innovative, comprehensive and consistent solutions to sign product, maintenance and specialty contracting requirements. For over 100 years, Federal Heath has been providing quality, custom electric signage to high profile companies in the retail, restaurant, hotel, finance, petroleum, automotive, corporate identification and gaming markets. Federal Heath has more than twenty offices nationwide, including four state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities. For more information about Federal Heath Sign Company, please visit us at http://www.federalheath.com

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