Sign & Digital Graphics

October '14

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32 • October 2014 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL customer sees in their mind, helping them bring that to life. It is definitely challenging, but it has been fun." Since neither owner had experience in this industry before, they hired four full-time and two part-time employees who have experience in the industry. "We hired someone who has experi- ence running the equipment versus try- ing to learn it ourselves," Gordy says. When they decided to open up shop, they were busy going through trainings, setting up a website and looking for a building to lease. "We were doing so many things at once we didn't think we could do it all. We hire people with good skills and experience. All of our people have degrees," he says. "We do about 75 percent of our own work in-house and 25 percent are out- sourced," Gordy adds. Majestic doesn't have the capability to cut out 3 D letters yet and that is why it outsources to a fabricator. "We hope to have our own equip- ment to do it all in-house one day," says Denise. Working on such a high-profile sign has been good for business. Gordy says the sign and the band members behind it make a nice conversation starter. "It gave us instant credibility," he says. SDG Example of a vehicle wrap and the Saleen lobby sign and wall graphic.

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