Watch a video of the making of the retro style neon Walrus sign in downtown Columbus. It shows the signs journey through fabrication to installation.
Remaking the vintage Rutherford Funeral Home sign on North Campus after an unfortunate automobile accidents shears it off at the base.
The Mile on High program assists existing businesses & encourages new ventures in a designated area of downtown Columbus. You can use it for signage!
Often there is confusion about what kind of image files can be used for signage, but this article and printable pamphlet should help to clear things up.
DaNite Sign Company is a proud sponsor of the American Sign Museum. OSU’s Broad and High Series features them in an attached video.
DaNite Sign Company was honored to be presented with The Conway Family Business Center’s “60 Year Milestone Award”. We will display it proudly!
Columbus Mayor unveils DaNite Sign Company’s latest monument sign at the John R. Doutt Upground Reservoir in Richwood, OH, saying, “No drought with Doutt”! Look closely and you will see DaNite Crane Operator, Ray T, pop up from behind the sign.
As a sponsor of Alzheimer’s Research during 610 WTVN’s “Know the Signs” RadioThon, Tim McCord, owner of DaNite Sign Company, discusses the sign business and his personal reasons for sponsorship.