Sign & Digital Graphics

July '16

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2016 • 71 we sit on several trade association boards and we provide marketing support for those we represent. We will even travel with distributors and sales people. We do all this as "partners in prot" —meaning that ultimately our success is measured by the success of our manufac- turers and those we serve by helping with brand solutions. We help build those impressions you talk about. Q: Can you name some branding proj- ects where you helped build impres- sions? A: We assisted Triangle Signs with a sign they provided for Rhode Island Row that included a Vantage LED display. Another project was a roof-top display system that we helped develop for Selby Signs that involved panels using a narrow LED sign Sign Comp bleed body extru- sion snap frame system. For the Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, we partnered with NW Sign Industries based out of Moorestown, New Jersey, to help them create the 25-foot-tall ex kerf-cut channel letters that are displayed on all four sides of the building. On top of the highest building in downtown Hartford, Connecticut, there's a large iconic elk that we were able to assist by working closely with the sign's designers at Lauretano Sign. Another cool project where are our ser- vices provided the right solutions was for a sign at Lehigh Valley Hospital by Reed Sign where we actually spent two days with the production staff to help teach them how to tension the kerf-cut sign. With Santander, we helped them with a Wells Fargo Bank sign where we worked closely in the early stages with the lead sign manufacturers, Philadelphia Sign, Image One, American SignCrafters, ( AGI). The Kansas City Event Center ceiling incorporates both SignComp extrusion and RGB LEDs. We assisted Cutler Sign in both the lighting and the extrusion. These are just a few of the many that we've been able to partner and help with building their impressions. SDG

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