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Our industry is constantly changing. Count on us to keep you up-to-date on the important topics that impact your business. We support your organization’s innovation by offering informative in-person or online seminars, providing critical industry updates, providing safety and compliance workshops, and making an extensive collection of print and online resources available to you.


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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Sign Mfg Day 2022

Get Involved in Sign MFG Day!

On Sign MFG Day, companies in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry host facility tours to encourage students to explore exciting and diverse career opportunities within the industry.
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Summer Savings on ISA Job Board Postings

Find qualified—and professional—individuals to fill your open positions, meet your recruitment goals and attract top talent. PLUS until August 31, ISA is offering 25% off job postings with code SUMMER22.
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Key Connections for Long-Term Business Success

The largest national sign companies in North America are seeking local install partners for immediate and long-term projects. Join us August 3 or 4 (you choose the one day that works best for you) from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM for The LINK...INSTALL, an online event designed to fuel your business.
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Recession Webinar 07 21 22

What Does a Possible Recession Mean?

Join industry experts Curtis Dubay, Senior Economist, US Chamber of Commerce and David Hickey, Vice President, Advocacy, International Sign Association to learn what a potential recession means for the sign, graphics and visual communications industry.
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Reflecting on Juneteenth

"The greatest way our industry can support African Americans in our industry is by building awareness of the numerous opportunities to individuals that are not within the industry."
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