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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

Crane Operator Certification Requirement

There are important updates to the OSHA Crane Operator Certification delay...
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SRF’s Work Positively Impacts the Outcomes for Signs Codes

Local officials and planners turn to SRF research and education to guide their creation of the codes and regulations.
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New Content Neutral Sign Code Report

The Sign Research Foundation recently recently released this new report that helps local officials understand content-neutral sign codes for on-premise signs.
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Sign & Graphics Town Hall & ISA Annual Meeting

Town Hall & Annual Meeting

2022 has been an exciting and busy year for the signs, graphics and visual communications industry. On December 7, we'll be unpacking all of the incredible innovations, successes and learnings from this year.
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November Discount On Online Learning Square Max Quality

Discount on ISA Online Learning

The end of the year is a great time to hone your skills or learn new ones with the myriad of educational tools available to ISA members. Members can get $35 off online learning courses, which is equivalent to one free course for members, until the end of November with the code ‘MEETMYGOALS’.
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Sign MFG Day 2022 to feature 71 participating companies

Sign MFG Day 2022 will feature companies from around the world, all opening their manufacturing facilities to highlight careers in signs, graphics and visual communications on Friday, Oct. 7.
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