The week of Thanksgiving causes many people to stop and reflect on the many reasons they should be grateful. Just like millions of Americans, Pinnacle has much to be thankful for this year. From our clients to our commitments, here are 10 reasons we are thankful in 2016. There are so many reasons we are grateful that we can not possibly list them all. So we are highlighting the most important ones for you.
Between printing out signs for various customers around the country the last week, Pinnacle did quite a bit of work this week to our own offices. Primarily because the public broadcast show Behind the Scenes with James Earl Jones will be in town to film our company for one of their business spotlights. Behind the Scenes The TV show specializes in thirty minute and short-form Public Television stories highlighting specific industries and topics. The show highlights industry professionals and groundbreaking organizations as featured content providers.
Who doesn’t like new technology? New iPhone out and you’ve got to get one, right (even though your current one works just fine)? Let’s face it, technology’s goal is to make our lives easier and more efficient. This is no different with the sign industry. Recently, we invested in one of the latest tools used in the sign industry, a flatbed printer.
On Friday, October 23rd, Don & Theresa Conklin had the opportunity to be interviewed on Open for Business, sponsored by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. This is a monthly radio show hosted by Mike Sammond of Gwinnett Business RadioX that highlights and celebrates many of the top businesses and community leaders that help shape Gwinnett County.
On Wednesday, October 14th, we were notified that Pinnacle Custom Signs has been named a Pinnacle Small Business Award Finalist in the category of Family Owned Small Business of the Year! We were chosen as one of only 33 finalists across ten categories, from nearly 300 nominees! The winners will be named at the Pinnacle Awards luncheon that will be held on Nov. 18th, from 12:00 – 1:30, at the Infinite Energy Forum (formerly The Gwinnett Center), where a winner will be chosen in each category, an overall small business of the year will be named, and the 2015 fan favorite will be announced from the among the semi-finalists. The luncheon is part of the second annual Gwinnett Chamber’s Small Business Summit. The Summit will feature three educational panels, fifteen informative workshops led by industry professionals who are experts in their fields, a keynote speaker and a resource fair for local companies that provide products and services tailored specifically for […]