Hurricane Irma left many businesses without a sign and many, many more with costly damage. Back in 2000 before many of the Big Name hurricanes blew through, the sign code stipulated that you had to have enough cement in the ground for your sign to withstand 100mph wind gusts. Since then, one municipality after
Once upon a time, a sign guru was walking down a busy boardwalk when he happened upon a sad man standing in front of his empty donut shop. His sign was worn and faded and the only letters “NUT” still lit up. Why do you cry sad Donut man? No one wants to taste
Late one evening a Sign Guru “much like myself” Noticed the owner of a donut shop crying in his empty establishment Noticing that his sign was in disrepair the sign guru went inside to see if he could help. “What’s the matter sad donut man” he asked “Why can’t I get people to come
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The first one speaks for itself. Sign are best when well maintained. Umm, I’ll take the soup please Just an UGLY sign – would not want my company name on it. DONUTS – this is just old neon nearing the end of its life cycle Kids Exchange – Kid Sexchange . . . .