Sign & Digital Graphics

November '15

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54 • November 2015 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S SPECIALTY IMAGING DIGITAL GRAPHICS The Introduction Ben Ziglin is the president of Ziglin Signs in St. Louis, Missouri. He has seen many sign projects come through his shop, not all of which involved a router. But some eventually led to routed work. His 35 employees seem to work around the clock; some designing, some creating, some producing, some assembling—and Ziglin is constantly noticing. "They always say you have to find your niche and stick to it," Ziglin says. "Well, unfortunately, my niche was the jack-of-all-trades and the do-it-all." His work of banners to L E D to "everything in between" is listed promi- nently on his website. Ziglin admits that the all-encompassing model of the company sometimes "hurts," it also gives Ziglin more liberty to provide more from a customer service perspective. "It's allowed us to give our customers everything that they need. We have three full-time designers and full-time printers that run our flatbed and roll printer," he says. "And then we have our fabrications and our full install crews." For the Breckenridge arts district project, House of Signs created signage for a mix of both new and restored historical buildings.

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