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2021 Sign Design Contest Winners

Congratulations to our Sign Design Contest Winners!

In the category of Non-Illuminated Sign our winner is

Tuba City Welcome Sign by Precise Sign Co.
Designed by Amanda Lauridsen

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Crane Operator Certification Requirement

There are important updates to the OSHA Crane Operator Certification delay...
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ISA Sign Expo 2022


The tradeshow floor marked the first time in three years that attendees were able to see, touch and compare many new innovations yet to be seen in person. Exhibiting vendors reported that they unquestionably saw an ROI reconnecting with current customers and meeting customers who were new to the sign and graphics market, looking to expand what they offered.
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DSA Awards

Distinguished Service Award Recipients 2021/22

Robert Mattatall, Mattatall Signs Ltd., and Mark Granberry, GSG, have each been presented the Kirk L. Brimley Distinguished Service Award.
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Let's Do This - ISA Sign Expo 2022

ISA Sign Expo 2022 Opens in Atlanta

The sign, graphics and visual communications industry is gathering in Atlanta for the industry's largest tradeshow, ISA International Sign Expo 2022, which runs May 4-6. It marks the first time since 2019 that the event has been held in person.
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3 Things To Do Before ISA Sign Expo

A few last-minute tips to make the most of the sign, graphics and visual communications industry’s leading tradeshow and education.
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Economic Outlook for 2022 Looks to Improve

Two supplier markets and the end market architectural signage in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry will rebound later this year.
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