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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • December 2017 • 13 Worth Higgins & Associates Acquires Signs Unlimited Employee-owned Worth Higgins & Associ- ates Inc., a Richmond, Virginia-based sheet fed commercial printer, announces its ac- quisition of Signs Unlimited Inc., a designer and fabricator of custom signs, also based in Richmond. Effective October 5, 2017, the acquisition is calculated to generate an additional $2 million in annual sales, the company says. "We have been trade partners with Signs Unlimited for many years," says Benny Bow- man, president and chief operating officer of Worth Higgins & Associates. "The most attractive part of joining our forces is that we have very little overlap in our capabilities. The customers of both Signs Unlimited and our Worth Wide division will quickly see ad- ditional capabilities at their disposal." Carol Stanford, president of Signs Unlim- ited adds, "I am so happy that this is such a good fit and opportunity for advancement for our employees who have performed so well over the last 34 years." IKONICS to Enter Dye Sublimation Market Duluth, Minnesota-based image transfer products company IKONICS Imaging announces its plans to enter the dye sublimation market. The company says it has received a $258,000 purchase order for SubTHAT!, a new, internally devel- oped product for the dye-sub market. To distribute SubTHAT! IKONICS' is using JDS Industries, which it calls one of the largest domestic suppliers to the dye sublimation industry. Ulland also notes that IKONICS is currently introducing SubTHAT! to the export market and is investigating industrial applications. ChromaLuxe Sponsors 2017 Louisville Photo Biennial Louisville, Kentucky-based ChromaLuxe, a manufacturer of high-definition sublimatable photo panels, announces its sponsorship of the 2017 Louisville (Kentucky) Photo Biennial. The Biennial opened Sept. 22, and was scheduled to remain open until November 11 throughout the Louisville Metro region and surrounding communities including Southern Indiana, Frankfort, Bardstown, and Lexington. Now in its 10th year, the Biennial features more than 50 photography exhibitions—spanning traditional to contemporary, local to global work—that will be shown at museums, galleries, universities, and cultural institutions. This year's Biennial is dedicated to the memory of Louisville photographer Julius Friedman who passed away on July 16 of this year. Need nancing options? Whether you are buying or selling – we offer fast financing for a fast world. 877-786-5327 | print@directcapital.com directcapital.com/SDGmag FINANCING AS ESSENTIAL AS INK. © 2017 CIT Group Inc. All rights reserved. CIT and Direct Capital are registered trademarks of CIT Group Inc. and CIT Bank, N.A. Direct Capital is a Division of CIT Bank, N.A. All nance programs, rates, terms, and payments are estimates and subject to nal credit approval, and review of all aggregate accounts as determined by Direct Capital. Processing fee due upon document signing and determined upon nalizing total nance amount.

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