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Sign Stats Matter

We’ve assembled some telling sign statistics to share with you from Ketchum Global Research and Analytics by the University of Cincinnati. A picture may say a thousand words, but in this case the numbers tell a pretty compelling story too. What they are saying, loud and clear, is never underestimate the power of a great sign… or a bad one!  “Nearly 76% of Consumers (8 of 10) said they have entered a store or business they had never visited before based simply on their sign.” A really great sign is a siren song, luring potential customers right out of their cars and off the streets. Step one in making a sale is often to get your client base inside your place of business. Advertising and marketing are powerful tools, but the most steadfast and consistent tool you have on your marketing tool belt is your business signage. A professional custom sign shop can help you maximize your curb appeal and fine-tune your siren song, determining the best possible way to present your branding to passers by. “Nearly 75% indicated that they had told others about a business simply based on its signage.” As every business owner knows, there is no better advertising than word of mouth. Often, this is earned though the offering of great products and customer service, but there is another way for word to spread like wildfire. You’ve heard the cautionary, never judge a book by its cover… This is because people DO. The image your business signage projects will draw people to you. If that image is strong enough it can even create a buzz before you ever open your...

The Clock Is Literally Ticking

…19…18…17… Today the clock is literally ticking, counting down the days between March 14th and April 3rd, the last day you can enter the “Take Your Best Shot” photo contest. After the ambient media campaign’s success last year, The South Campus Gateway reinstated their 150 sq ft branded basketball backboard on N High Street for March Madness 2017. The popular forced-perspective photo prop is intended to give the illusion of pedestrians dunking hoops, and pictures posted to any social media with the hashtag #HeyGateway are entered to win a pair of two-day tickets to the Buckeye Country Superfest to catch the likes of Keith Urban and Kenny Chesney in concert. Creativity counts though, so make it fun and convincing! But really, this year, the clock is ticking in more ways than one. This year the backboard has been upgraded to include a working LED shot clock! After managing this exciting and challenging sign project last year (see “Not Your Average Slam Dunk”), DāNite Sign Company’s Michael Cox, Sr. wanted to add a new and exciting element to the backboard that had been kept in storage since 2016. To be more accurate, the fabric backdrop, hoop, net, and giant styrofoam basket ball were safely kept at a UHAUL self storage space, but the backboard frame was too big to fit inside the storage space and had to sit behind DāNite’s manufacturing facility. This year, when the “sign” was re-installed, an LED shot clock was added above the 15′ x 10′ backboard in order to suggest the urgency of a real shot clock. Cox programmed the LED message center to continuously cycle backwards from thirty to zero in red...

What’s the Score with the Huntington Park Scoreboard?

On Saturday, January 14th, two DāNite Sign Co. crane crews worked together to remove the “The Columbus Dispatch” letters from Huntington Park’s iconic scoreboard. DāNite Sign Co. originally engineered, built, and installed the Dispatch sign for the Grand Opening in 2009 for what has become  the No. 1 ranked ballpark. As the 12′ tall “D” was hoisted over the scoreboard and lowered to street level on Neil Avenue it was a bittersweet moment of nostalgia-meets-progress. After 8 seasons, it’s hard to imagine what might fill the empty void this year. But the Columbus Clippers’s scoreboard won’t stand empty for long, and the DāNite Sign Co. team has assisted in the planned replacement. As recently reported in a Columbus Business First article titled “Dispatch sign comes down at Huntington Park after sponsorship pullback“, Clippers President Ken Schnacke stated, “WBNS-TV and radio affiliate 97.1 The Fan, still owned by the Wolfe family that sold the Dispatch, will take over the $6 million, 20-year sponsorship” of the scoreboard. Naturally, with change in sponsorship comes change in signage. Through collaboration with the new sponsors, DāNite Sign Co.  designer Thad King and Project Manager Michael Cox, Sr. have produced a creative solution to the challenge of integrating the existing scoreboard and message centers with the branding of the new sponsorship. Sometime in March of 2017, the DāNite Sign Co. cranes will return to install a 15’ tall by 43′ 6″ long 1oTV “10NEWS” sign cabinet in the dominant sponsor position. The existing left side electronic message center had previously represented the changing body of a “newspaper”. It will now, in a fitting technology upgrade, become a “cell phone” with The Fan’s logo emblazoned above a...

Field Trip to DāNite Sign Company

Everyone loves a good field trip! According to the International Sign Association (ISA), “Some 2,630 students of all ages visited sign, graphics, and visual communications companies as part of Sign Manufacturing Day 2016. The event is sponsored annually by the International Sign Association in conjunction with the National Association of Manufacturers. This year, 46 locations opened their doors to students throughout the U.S. and Canada. DāNite Sign Company was one of them!                            Students from the Eastland Career Center and Southwestern City Schools got to tour DāNite’s 33,000 sq ft facility and see examples of the diverse variety in trades required in the production a single sign. From administrative and sales staff, project managers, estimators, graphic designers, engineers, steel workers, welders, electricians, painters, printers, crane operators, service techs, and helpers, it takes all sorts of skilled tradesmen and women working together towards a common goal of excellence to produce each and every sign. Many students claimed that the filed trip was an eye opening experience and expressed interest in pursuing a career in the sign industry. Mission accomplished!   http://danitesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/CHANNEL-COIL-MACHINE-VIDEO.mp4   The International Sign Association reported in a press release on their website:  “We’ve seen companies make hires as a direct result of participation in previous Sign Manufacturing Day events,” said Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO. “This program, and the ongoing relationship that it affords participants to develop with local community colleges, technical schools and high schools, will go a long way toward addressing the challenge of finding skilled workers.” DāNite Sign Company can attest to that!     After Sign Manufacturing Day last year,...

This is exciting…

Well this is exciting… DaNite Sign Company dominates the cover of the Matthews Paint brochure. We are proud to use this high performance paint, made especially for the sign industry!...

Signs of Early Voting

Early voting started on October 12th in Ohio. But before the casting and counting of ballots could begin, the Franklin County Board of Elections had one heck of a hurdle to cross in updating an existing, rusting pylon sign to something worthy of hailing the droves of citizens who would cast their 2016 General Election votes. DāNite Sign was up to the challenge. They took a nasty, deplorable sign and made it great again! All joking aside, this was truly a sizable undertaking. The nearly 34′ tall sign at 1700 Morse Rd in Columbus had been in disrepair for years.  There were three signs in one, really, and each one was 6′ 6″ tall and 25′ long with concave cabinets! Sometimes it’s hard to grasp the size of something until you get on top of it. And sometimes you don’t get a real grasp on the enormity of something until you bring it indoors. These signs dominated DāNite’s 33,000 square foot administrative & manufacturing facility! On Monday, Oct. 10, one day before a dozen eager first-time voters pitched their tents in the parking lot to be the first in line to exercise their civic duties & rights, DāNite Sign Company arrived to install the massive signs on the tri-pole structure. As planned, it was completed before early voting commenced. The difference was like night and day! Or Day and Night… DāNite is proud to say that they gained the co-operation of various government entities and a private entrepreneur to complete this project on time. Special thanks go out to The Stonehenge Company, Franklin County Board of Elections, the Columbus Department of Zoning and Building, and...

Vote DaNite

PLEASE VOTE! DāNite Sign Company has been nominated in Columbus CEO Magazine’s “Best of Business” 2016 Survey. You can vote for many of your favorite companies in the Columbus area. If you love DāNite please go to Question #17 and vote for us under the Best Sign Company category! CLICK HERE TO VOTE DaNITE IN THE “BEST OF BUSINESS” SURVEY We know you’re busy… so thank you for taking the time to...

Big, bright, and coming to downtown… Red, White, & SIGN!

You’ll be able to check out more than fireworks in Columbus this July as the DāNite team works to install a brand new, one-of-a-kind, Electronic Message Center sign at 101 South High Street. Located in the heart of downtown, the sign will be sure to catch your attention especially considering its, soon to be, three-story stature. According to DāNite’s Senior Project Manager and Engineer, Michael Cox, “There are no other sign installations like this one in Central Ohio”. Work on this EMC started three years ago and DāNite Sign Company was excited to partner with the Condominium Association, Lineheart Media, and the Schottenstein’s to further develop the sign idea. DāNite’s main role was in engineering the attachment of the sign. Installation will begin this Sunday, June 5th, and will be completed in early July.   The sign has a three element design: a mesh video screen, a ticker, and a flat square ticker. The mesh screen is composed of 117 components and has translucent technology, which allows viewers on the inside of the building to see through the sign. The translucency also allows outside viewers to see through the sign when it is turned off. This remarkable construction technique works to preserve the architectural components of the building, which was built in 1920. Each LED light in the sign is positioned 23 mm apart, a typical matrix for billboards with LED lighting. What makes this sign truly unique is the fact that each LED light has an individual address which allows it to portray video, much like a television screen. The team plans to construct as much of the sign as possible in house,...

The Grandview Theater Sign in the News!

The Grandview Theater, with a brand new projecting marquee that DaNite built and installed, has been all a-buzz in the news for their Grand Re-opening! The Columbus Dispatch covered them here:  http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/life_and_entertainment/2016/05/05/0505-grandview-theatre-reopening.html And the Columbus Underground published a nice article here:  http://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-grandview-theater-drafthouse AND WATCH THE FOX28 VIDEO CLIP HERE: SHE’S ALL LIT...

The Grandview Theater: New Sign, Long History

There’s a brand new presence on Grandview Avenue. As soon as you crest the hill driving North you can see it, the bright colors in the distance contrasting against the black cabinet of the brand new 1920’s-style Grandview Theater sign. Despite it’s demure size, compared to larger marquee signs of the same milieu, this little beauty packs a visual wallop. Owner Eric Brembeck has worked with DāNite Sign Company in the past. He upgraded Studio 35’s sign from the externally lit painted plywood that came with his Clintonville theater purchase, to the landmark signage that it is today. This time around he wanted to give a nod to the Grandview Theater’s rich history with a sign that resembled it’s original projecting marquee. This is exactly the kind of vision and plum project that every sign enthusiast starts to salivate over. DāNite designer Thad King, excited to be involved, digitally traced the old letter font from a picture of the original sign and converted it to vector to keep as true to an historic replication as possible. Since pictures were black & white back then, there was no way to know what colors the new sign should be. Executive decisions had to be made. The letters are now of modern fabrication with 1/2″ push-thru acrylic in a routed aluminum cabinet, and the LED border stripes will certainly require less maintenance than did the original neon sign. Even the marquee bulbs beneath the awning are power saving LED. According to the Ohio Exploration Society website, “The Grandview Theater opened in 1926 and is the oldest, purpose-built movie theater still in use in Columbus… possibly even the oldest...

Not Your Average Slam Dunk

“March Madness is a celebration of college basketball; stories of Cinderella teams upsetting giants, the excitement of office bracket pools, and the agony of those same brackets torn to shreds. The so-called experts might tell you that a top seed is a slam dunk, but in March basketball, nothing is a simple slam dunk.” -Noah Brown In early February of 2016, DāNite’s Senior Project Manager, Michael Cox, received an intriguing email from Alex Cole of Basecraft, a company that creates branding experiences. She, with Kate Schroeder and Christiania Moffa of Steiner + Associates were at the concept stage of a March Madness themed campaign for OSU’s South Campus Gateway. “The idea is to create a forced perspective photo opportunity to make it look like someone is dunking (a basketball) in the alley of the Gateway,” Cole wrote, and sent along a photoshopped mock up to that effect. A meeting was quickly set and fabrication brainstorming began. Time was of the essence because the shot clock was already ticking. But before the March Madness kick off on March 17th there would be many hurdles to cross! The backboard, pole, and net were easy. At 15’ x 10’, the flex face stretched over a welded frame at 2.5 times the size of a regulation backboard. The orange lines were masked and painted, and the Gateway logo was digitally printed and applied. Originally, the backboard was proposed to hang from the CampusParc parking garage which faces High Street from the back of the Gateway, but a glass curtain wall and access problems necessitated an alternate location. Cox explained, “We ended up utilizing the...

DaNite Installs New Columbus Dispatch Sign

DaNite Sign Company is proud to have built & installed the next generation of Columbus Dispatch sign at 62 E Broad Street! The modern iteration in signage is made of routed aluminum and edge illuminated push-thru acrylic with opaque white faces. This fabrication technique creates a halo effect around each character and is internally lit with power saving and environmentally friendly LED modules. No word yet on exactly what will happen with the historic neon roof-top sign on the old building, we’re curious too, but we are tickled to be part of the newspaper’s ongoing history in it’s new location. Be sure to watch the video that the Columbus Dispatch created to celebrate the installation of their brand new sign! CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO IN A NEW WINDOW, OR VIEW BELOW   Jennifer Bender / DāNite Creative Director & Project Manager jbender@danitesign.com 614-444-3333 x216...

Leadership is about Luck.

DāNite Sign Company president, Tim McCord, was recently named as one of three finalists, from over 100 nominations, to potentially be honored with the Columbus Chamber Small Business Leader Award at their Annual Meeting on February 11, 2016. The Columbus Chamber describes the winners of this award as “leaders who rise above the rest and have substantiated success and leadership, increased sales, workforce and contributions to the community”. In response to finding himself a finalist for this prestigious award, Tim shares the surprising events and considerations that led him down the path to becoming the Small Business Leader that he is today.   Leadership is about luck.  Early on, when I was attending High School in Beavercreek, Ohio, I was lucky enough to to get a job with a small business.  The owner, Gene Weng, was a positive hard working guy.  I looked up to him and always tried to do what I could to take on things that took pressure off of Gene. After High School, I continued to work for Gene while I saved money for college.   Gene asked me to learn a delivery route which involved driving a big truck full of deliveries to restaurants and small grocery stores around the Dayton area. While I was still learning the route, early one morning I was driving west on route 48 when I was surprised by a 90 degree turn that I didn’t see coming.  This would have been no problem for my VW bug that I normally drove, but not so easy for a fully loaded large truck to maneuver.  The load shifted and things went into slow motion.  The...

ISA Sign Manufacturing Day at DāNite Sign Company

  DāNite Sign Company was proud to give high school students from C-TEC, and Southwestern Career Academy a taste of our custom sign shop for the International Sign Association’s 2015 “Sign Manufacturing Day”. Custom sign fabrication requires design, routing, welding, electrical, paint, printing, plotting and more… nearly everything these students will study in their technical programs. It’s the perfect field trip! After the tour we served pizza and took pictures of groups of students in our crane basket against an elevated-looking backdrop. There were lots of thoughtful and pertinent questions from these two groups, and we hope to welcome some of them, in the future, to the exciting world of custom sign fabrication. DāNite had as much fun this year with Sign Manufacturing Day as the students did! We’re already looking forward to next year. Jennifer Bender / DāNite Creative Director jbender@danitesign.com 614-444-3333 x216...

Tim McCord Becomes Vice President of World Sign Associates

Tim McCord Becomes Vice President of World Sign Associates Tim McCord, president of DāNite Sign Company, was officially welcomed as 2015-2016 vice president of World Sign Associates at the organization’s 68th annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas. As World Sign Associates’ vice president, McCord will help lead the premier trade organization’s direction over the coming year. World Sign Associates’ members represent some of the industry’s top sign manufacturers. Members craft custom signs as well as signs for regional and national programs, either by working independently or by combining the strengths of nearly 200 sign manufacturers and suppliers throughout North America. Founded in 1947, World Sign Associates offers an executive forum for fellowship, support and the exchange of ideas. WSA members adhere to the highest ethical business standards and bring the utmost value to their customers. DāNite Sign Company provides full-service, state-of-the-art production, permitting, installation and service of on-premise signage for businesses both large and small throughout Ohio. Products range from simple window vinyl with store hours, to planned development sign packages, or multi-location national branding. DāNite Sign Company’s trained and equipped installation and service departments are capable of repairing neon and electronic message centers.   Contact us at:   (614) 444-3333...

Don’t be the only face in the dark this fall!

In a line of grinning and flickering jack-o-lanterns, you always notice the one whose candle has burnt out. It’s bothersome, and a sad sight to see. People also notice the signs around town that have dark letters and faces. They leave a similar sad impression. A call for repairs may have slipped the owner or manager’s mind, or fallen low on the priority list, but the business identification sign is still out there sending a message. A dark or half-lit sign can be screaming to passersby that your business is shoddy, failing, untended, or worse yet, closed. That’s not the kind of horror story that should linger in the minds of your potential clients and current customers! As days grow shorter in the fall, make it a yearly priority to survey your outdoor lighting and signs for the outages that will give the wrong impression about your business. Also, remember that Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, November 1st, 2015. Time clocks should “fall back” an hour, from 2:00 AM to 1:00 AM so that your signs and outdoor lighting are in tune with the earlier, darker, winter hours. You can call a reputable sign company to replace burnt out lot lights (which can be a safety hazard), diagnose and repair sign outages, and reset the time clock. Keep your business lighting brightly so you won’t stand out, in all the wrong ways, because your sign face is in the dark this fall. By Jennifer Bender   For quality sign & lighting service, contact: DāNite Sign Company Noah Brown, Service Manager 614-444-3333 x211 / nbrown@danitesign.com...

How Much Does Signage Cost?

Why do signs cost so flipping much? That question gets answered once you get a chance to see what goes into the making of a sign. Anyone can make a sign that serves a purpose for a short period of time and costs very little. Remember the lemonade stand you had as a kid and the sign you made out of cardboard and markers, or paint. It served its purpose and worked fine for a time. If it rained, the wind kicked up or time passed, the sign quickly did not look so good and began to reflect negatively on the quality of the lemonade stand. For a sign to look good the day it goes up, and still look good many years later, it needs to be fabricated out of the right materials. Acrylics, aluminum, auto quality paints, long-life bright LED’s, outdoor rated power supplies, fade resistant vinyl or printed graphics and proper assembly are critical to making a great sign. We’ve all seen the sign that was once red and is now a faded pink. Clearly that sign lost the battle with the sun. With the right materials, the sign colors can remain vibrant for many years. Let’s get into some details about sign costs. You have a sign with a flat acrylic face. What will it cost to replace the face? Here is what’s involved: Technical measurements to ensure the sign will fit into the retainer system, designs created and approved, flat acrylic of the appropriate thickness to withstand wind and fit the retainer, cutting the material to the face size, printing digital images, applying the...

DaNite Sign Brings a Dayton-specific Project Manager On-board

        Columbus-based DāNite Sign Company has always provided quality custom signage, installation, and service to our neighbors in Dayton and the surrounding communities. Recently, DāNite has stepped up the Dayton-area services by staffing a remote representative to serve as Project Manager and Sign Design Consultant specifically for the Dayton and North Cincinnati region. We are pleased to introduce to you, Sally Land! Sally has over 25 years of experience in the sign industry. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, earning a BS in Industrial Design. Sally began her career designing signs for Walt Disney World as a Co-Op in college. Her years of experience in design and sales have allowed her to be involved in many iconic sign projects. Sally is a Project Manager and Sign Design Consultant with DāNite Sign Company and enjoys her interaction with the Clients, Architects, Designers, Developers, and Contractors. Whether you have an RFP for a large school, hospital, or development project, or questions about getting signs for your small business, Sally will be happy to meet with you and start you down the path to obtaining beautiful custom signage in the Dayton area! Sally Land can be contacted at: 614.444.3333 x227 937.503.4532 cell SLand@DaNiteSign.com www.DaNiteSign.com Scroll down to see just a few of the projects we have recently undertaken in the Dayton and North Cincinnati region:...

The Walrus Opens Downtown

The Walrus has opened it’s doors for business at 143 E Main Street in downtown Columbus. We are excited, at DāNite Sign Company, to see this neon & LED mixed illumination sign burning brightly at such a vibrant new establishment. Check out the Walrus for the handsome retro-style sign, along with their live music venue, excellent menu, interesting atmosphere, billiards, and open air environment during the warmer months! This bar & restaurant is the latest labor of love from Brad Hobbs, Krista Sparks and Kevin Burns, the owners of The Tavern in Olde Towne East. With an intriguing menu offering dishes like Candied Bacon Grilled Cheese, a Maple Burger, and Lobster Mac & Cheese, we at DāNite look forward to the occasional lunch jaunt from our facility just West of German Village! Read more about The Walrus in Columbus Underground:  http://www.columbusunderground.com/photos-the-walrus-opens-downtown   WATCH THE WALRUS SIGN BEING MANUFACTURED AND INSTALLED IN THE VIDEO BELOW!   Jennifer Bender / DāNite Creative Director jbender@danitesign.com 614-444-3333 x216...

Vote for DāNite Sign Company!

Show us your love! Vote DāNite for Best Sign Company in the Columbus CEO “Best of Business” poll. Make sure to click VOTE NOW in the link and then scroll down to Question #17! http://www.columbusceo.com/content/topic/events/BOB/best-of-business-vote-now.html...

Vintage Replica Sign Replaces Damaged North Campus Landmark

In the early fall of 2014, the iconic Rutherford Funeral Home sign at 2383 N High Street was damaged beyond repair when an automobile hopped the curb, overturned a decorative concrete column, bent a wrought iron fence, and sheared one of the sign’s support poles off at the foundation. With its bold geometric design, top-conjoined dual poles, and working clock, the Rutherford Funeral Home sign was a modern masterpiece when originally installed. It proudly stood testament to a time of forward thinking and innovation since the early 1960’s. All who had taken the landmark for granted for decades seemed to miss it immediately. But despite the local love, the owners did not have an easy path to replacement. DāNite Sign Company was engaged to propose a replica sign with LED illumination to the Columbus Graphics Commission, University Area Commission, University Area Review Board, and City of Columbus Department of Building and Zoning Services. After unanimous approvals from all four entities, production of a vintage looking replica began. The new sign, with a retro exterior and fully modernized internal lighting, was finally placed back in its rightful home during April of 2015. Large sign faces require dimension for rigidity to avoid flexing and being blown out of their retainers every time there’s a stiff wind. Before modern technology existed for pan-form faces, the sign industry used V-grooved corrugated faces to solve the rigidity problem.  Acrylic letters were then cut and glued, or screwed, to the translucent white corrugated face. You rarely see V-grooved faces anymore, outside of an occasional changeable copy sign (where the grooves still serve the purpose of...

Funding Grant for Downtown Columbus Signs and Awnings

The Mile on High is a new incentive program designed to assist existing businesses and encourage new ventures within a designated area in downtown Columbus, according to the City of Columbus Economic Development Office.  If your business is within the Incentive District bounded by Spring Street to the north, Front Street to the west, Mound Street to the south, and Fourth Street to the east, then you may qualify for a reimbursement matching grant of up to $5000.00 for exterior improvements including signage, awnings, painting, fixtures, and more! The best part is that there are only a few qualifications: You must lease or own a retail space within the incentive district You must provide a design proposal You can only get one grant per storefront Work cannot begin before you receive a commitment letter for funds from the city You must provide an invoice for reimbursement You will need to get any changes to your facade approved by the Downtown Commission Information can be found on the web at:  Mile on High Incentive Program A printable PDF brochure can be found at:  Mile on High Incentive Brochure This is a wonderful opportunity to update your existing identification sign or awning, use the assistance to erect a new business sign in a vibrant downtown area, or finally get creative with your facade now that your business is established. Check with the owner of your building to be sure they have not received a grant for the frontage in prior years. Feel free to contact DaNite Sign Company at (614) 444-3333 for a free consultation, sign design, and estimate, which are the...

What’s Your Vector Victor?

Often there is confusion about what kind of image file types can be used for signage. If you’re considering new signs or a new business, be sure to consider the points in this blog while still in the design stage! Many people have never heard of the distinction between raster and vector graphics, but only one type of image file can be enlarged to the size of a sign. Above on the right you can see the what happens when you enlarge a raster graphic as opposed to a vector graphic. The raster graphic becomes pixilated while the vector file retains clarity no matter how large it is enlarged. Raster graphics (like JPEGs) can be helpful for the initial sign design and approval stages, but vector art must be provided when production of the full size sign or banner begins. To be clear, a JPG file can be printed very large, but only if it is sent at the full print size (ie. 48” x 96”) and saved at 72 dpi. This is going to be a big file and email probably won’t be able to handle it. Below is a list of some of the file types under both categories. VECTOR FILES:  EPS, CDR, DXF, AI, & (EDITABLE) PDF RASTER FILES:  JPG, BMP, TIFF, PSD, GIF, & PNG If you are still in the stages of designing a new logo, ask your designer save it both ways to save yourself hassles down the road. At some point you will need the vector format! Also, make sure they convert all fonts to curves since not all computers have the same fonts on...

The Making of The Walrus Sign

The Making of the Walrus Sign DāNite Sign Co. condensed weeks of manufacturing and the installation of the neon & LED illuminated, retro-style WALRUS sign down to a few short minutes so that you can see how the the entire process works, from start to finish. The Walrus is new a bar, grill, and live music venue, coming soon to Downtown Columbus,...

A Walk Down Memory Lane

DaNite Sign Company is a proud sponsor of the American Sign Museum. When the opportunity arises, we donate antique and retro signs that would otherwise be recycled when removed. If you’re ever in Cincinnati, it would be well worth your time to stop by this enchanting place for a walk down “Memory Lane”. The ASM was recently featured on WOSU’s Broad and High television series. Click on this link to watch the VIDEO :  WOSU’s Broad & High Series – American Sign Museum Photos by:  Jennifer...

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