34 Sign Manufacturers Will Open up 43 Locations as Part of ISA-Sponsored Sign Manufacturing Day 2015

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Event Designed To Draw Next Generation of Workers to the Sign and Visual Communications Industry

Sign Manufacturing Day 2015, held this Friday, October 2, will showcase careers in the sign and visual communications industry to the next generation of workers. The event is sponsored by the International Sign Association and the National Association of Manufacturers.

Sign Manufacturing Day, now in its third year, brings high school, community college and technical school students to sign shops so that students can learn more about careers in the industry. Sign Manufacturing Day is held annually the first Friday of October.

“This event clearly has struck a chord with national and custom sign companies as well as suppliers and manufacturers,” said Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO. “Some of our companies have come back for three years now and continue to look for ways to grow the event. And some of our new participants have some interesting things planned. All of these will highlight the great careers available in our industry.”

Companies participating in Sign Manufacturing Day 2015 are:

  •     Advantage Signs, Fort Saskatchewan, AB
  •     Allen Industries, Greensboro, NC
  •     Allen Industries, Clearwater, FL
  •     Colortec Creative Print Solutions, Burnaby, BC
  •     Cummings Resources, Dothan, AL
  •     Cummings Resources, Colton, CA
  •     DaNite Sign Company, Columbus, OH
  •     Daktronics, Brookings, SD
  •     DuraColor -- part of Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Racine, WI
  •     Enseignes Plus, Châteauguay, QC
  •     ESCO Manufacturing, Watertown, SD
  •     Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Jacksonville, TX
  •     Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Euless, TX
  •     Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Delaware, OH
  •     Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Oceanside, CA
  •     Green Sign Company, Greensburg, IN
  •     Hansen Signs, Moncton, NB
  •     Holthaus Lackner Signs, Cincinnati, OH
  •     Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Sedalia, MO
  •      Lewis Sign Builders, Buda, TX
  •     Mattatall Signs, Ltd., Dartmouth, NS
  •     North American Signs, South Bend, IN
  •     Nova Polymers, Bryan, OH
  •     Park Place Sign Systems, Inc., Hannibal, MO
  •     Poyant Signs, Inc., New Bedford, MA
  •     Pride Signs, Cambridge, ON
  •     Ramsay Signs, Porland, OR
  •     Ruggles Sign, Versailles, KY
  •     Sign Designs, Joplin, MO
  •     Sign-Age of Tampa Bay, Clearwater, FL
  •     Signs by Crannie, Inc., Flint, MI
  •     Signs Plus, Bellingham, WA
  •     Signtech Electrical Advertising, Inc., San Diego, CA
  •     Sleek Advertising Ltd, Regina, Sask.
  •     Steel Art Company, Norwood, MA
  •     Tako Tyko Signs & Lighting, Los Angeles, CA
  •     Tube Art Group, Bellevue, WA
  •     World Wide Sign Systems, Inc., Bonduel, WI (Corporate Office)
  •     World Wide Sign Systems, Inc., Carson City, NV (Western Division)
  •     World Wide Sign Systems, Inc., Atlanta, GA (Southern Division)
  •     World Wide Sign Systems, Inc., Shawano, WI (The Channel Letter Factory)
  •     YESCO, Salt Lake City, UT
  •     Ziglin Signs, Inc., Washington, MO

In addition, Altec Industries is providing support to participating companies that are members of the ISA Affiliated Association Northeast States Sign Association but is not opening a facility for tours.

About ISA
The International Sign Association (ISA) represents manufacturers, suppliers, and users of on-premise signs and sign products from the United States and 60 countries around the world. ISA and its Affiliated Associations work to support, promote, and improve the worldwide sign and visual communications industry, which employs more than 200,000 American workers and has an economic impact of $37.5 billion.

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