Southern California Design Firm Makes Signs for Tough Economic Times

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A combination of machine and hand-tooling using cost-effective materials results in eye-catching signage that makes a great impression - for a fraction of the cost of traditional machine-tooled lobby signage

The lobby sign is often the first impression a company makes on its visitors, and it should be one that fosters confidence in that business and its brand. Cutting costs does not always have to mean cutting corners, and with the Smart Sign, companies can portray professionalism, for a fraction of the cost of traditionally machine-tooled lobby signage.

The tough global economic climate is driving businesses to cut costs, and in addition to downsizing, many businesses are cutting expenditures on everything from office supplies to marketing. To help businesses make a great first impression without breaking the bank, the design team at Sign Clemente in San Clemente, Calif. has developed the Smart Sign™, a cost-effective alternative to traditional acrylic and metal signs.

"Now, more than ever, businesses need to convey a professional image in order to attract and retain customers," said Bart Dellinger, Owner, Sign Clemente. "The lobby sign is often the first impression a company makes on its visitors, and it should be one that fosters confidence in that business and its brand. Cutting costs does not always have to mean cutting corners, and with the Smart Sign, companies can portray professionalism, for a fraction of the cost of traditionally machine-tooled lobby signage."

"Zeiser Kling Consultants was looking for a professional looking lobby sign for an economical price," said Lisa Weaver, office manager. "We thought we would need to spend a couple of thousand dollars, but Bart and his team of designers at Sign Clemente did a terrific job of working within our budget parameters to create a beautiful lobby sign, for much less. Since it was installed, we've received many complements on the professional image that it portrays of our business."

Smart Signs are manufactured using a combination of state of the art Flexi Sign Pro graphic design software, large format printing and lamination systems, as well as a variety of composite materials to add depth to the design. Additionally, Sign Clemente hand paints all the edges of each Smart Sign it produces.

"With our Smart Sign process, customers can expect to typically spend 50 percent less than when purchasing a traditional machine-tooled lobby sign, which can add up to significant savings, particularly when signage is needed for multiple locations," continued Dellinger.

In addition to being more cost-effective, the Smart Sign process offers quick turnaround service, and companies can have their sign manufactured and installed within 10 days.

For pricing information, please contact Sign Clemente at (866) 477-0857 or (949) 481-9662. Photos and a short video regarding the Smart Sign process are available at http://www.signclemente.com/new+signs.html.

About Sign Clemente
Founded in 2003 by Bart and Donna Dellinger, Sign Clemente is part of a national network of 200+ sign companies and regional firms. As such, Sign Clemente's resources as sign manufacturers and sign designers are virtually unlimited. The company offers trade show signs, banners, booth and backdrop graphics, monuments, indoor and outdoor business signs, sidewalk signs, backlit electric and neon signs as well as window lettering for vehicles and storefronts.

Sign Clemente's customers include The Irvine Company, OLEN Properties, Graphtec (a leader in sign making equipment), UCI, Pepperdine University, SRS Labs, Rainbow Sandals, Maranatha! Group, Edible Arrangements, Juice it Up! and Sun Edison.

Sign Clemente can be reached by phone at (866) 477-0857; via e-mail at bart(at)signclemente(dot)com; or on the Web at http://www.signclemente.com.

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