A few months ago, Stephanie, a former team member of ours, wrote a blog on what it is like working for a sign company from the perspective of a person just starting in the sign industry. Just before she left on her new adventure at Delta Airlines as a flight attendant, she took the opportunity to interview both Joanne and Josh to pick their brains on their overall experience in the sign business. Since they both have worked for various sign companies over the years, we were curious to hear their opinions on how Pinnacle Custom Signs differs from the other companies that they have worked with in the past.
You made the first step in deciding to get your business a sign. But what makes the difference between just an ordinary, everyday sign to one that stands out among the rest? How exactly do you know if you truly have good business signage that will bring in revenue and curious customers? Signs are everywhere, and with so many options out there that you can choose from, it’s hard to determine which one will serve you and your company best.
Your brand is the lead character of its own story. And like any story character, it has values and beliefs. What is your brand’s character?
In November we were contacted by Todd King, the Senior Project Manager for the Southeast at NW Sign Industries of Orlando Florida. He was looking for local sign installation contractors and he called us. He asked if we could do local sign installation service for two Chase bank locations that were being built in the northeast Atlanta area.
In September, Mr. Patel from Lavonia, GA contacted us. He was in the process of opening up a Dairy Queen franchise right off the interstate. All of the signs for Dairy Queen franchises are produced by Allen Industries in North Carolina. He had already ordered his sign package and contacted us to get the proper sign permits and install the signs.