AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama Launches Signs of Support Grant Program for Area NPOs

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AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama today announced the launch of their new Signs of Support Grant Program in an effort to support and strengthen local civic and charitable organizations.

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Doing our part to give back to our community has always been a priority for us. In today's economy we recognize that supporting charitable organizations is more important than ever and for that reason Signs of Support is an exciting venture for us

AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama of Evansville today announced the launch of their new Signs of Support grant program. Through Signs of Support, the company aims to support local non-profit and charitable organizations through assisting in replacing or creating effective, affordable signage for their cause.

In the coming year, awarded applicants will receive discounts or donations on a range of AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama products and services for which they express a need. The company plans to make this an annual venture. Signs of Support is open to local secular or faith-based non-profit organizations, local affiliates of registered charities, local non-government civic organizations, as well as Vanderburgh County Public schools and Warrick County Public schools.

Examples of products and services being offered through Signs of Support include but are not limited to:
Banners and Banner Stands
Vehicle Lettering and Graphics
Window Graphics
Building Signage and Lettering
Wayfinding and Directional Signs

"Doing our part to give back to our community has always been a priority for us. In today's economy we recognize that supporting charitable organizations is more important than ever and for that reason Signs of Support is an exciting venture for us," said Debbie Valiant, owner of AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama.

Applications for the 2010 year are being accepted until November 30, 2009. For details or to apply for Signs of Support, please visit SignsOverAmerica.com. or stop by the AmeriStamp Sign-A-Rama showroom at 1300 N. Royal Avenue on Evansville's east side.

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