ISA is pleased to announce a new industry recognition – the Sign Code Champion
. This award has been created to recognize individuals who have positively impacted the sign, graphics and visual communications industry through their work on sign codes. A Sign Code Champion is one who has gone “above and beyond” to progress positive sign codes and communicate to local jurisdictions how visible and effective signs help promote safe and vibrant communities.
Who will be the Sign Code Champion for 2017? The winner will be announced at ISA International Sign Expo 2017 in Las Vegas!
Individuals could be self-nominated or nominated by someone else (ISA member or non-member). Nominations were due by March 3, 2017 and are now closed.
What the Sign Code Champion Will Receive
Grand Prize: One (1) round-trip airfare for winner to Las Vegas, NV USA during ISA International Sign Expo 2017 (value must not exceed $500); one (1) hotel room for three (3) nights during ISA Sign Expo 2017; one (1) education package registration to ISA Sign Expo 2017; recognition at ISA Sign Expo 2017; spotlighted in an ISA press release. Approximate Retail Value (ARV) USD $1,600. Any upgrades or modification to the standard features of this offer are the sole expense of the winner. Odds of winning depend on the total number of valid entries received. Cash value may not be selected as an alternate award under this promotion. Additional prizes may be awarded as necessary.
Selection of the Sign Code Champion
Winner will be notified the week of March 13, 2017 via phone or email and will be selected by the ISA Public Affairs Committee and ISA Steering Committees and not by a random drawing or other element of chance. Applicants will be considered and judged on how their efforts further reasonable and beneficial sign codes, and the effectiveness of these efforts.
Only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia and Canada and are 21 years of age or older. If the individual is within the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, they must be a current ISA member. If the individual is part of an allied stakeholder (i.e. government agency, chamber of commerce, planning authority, etc.) ISA membership is not required. Only sign code efforts done within the past three years (since January 1, 2014) will be recognized. Employees, officers, affiliates and representatives (and members of their immediate families and those living in the same household of each) of ISA are not eligible. Promotion is void where prohibited or restricted by law.
Please contact David Hickey, ISA’s Vice President of Advocacy, at [email protected] or (703) 797-0479 with any questions.