Sign Manufacturing Day

Sign Manufacturing Day started in 2013 and is one of ISA’s continuing efforts to help workforce development in the sign industry. Participating companies open their facilities to students to highlight the exciting and diverse career opportunities within the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. Community members join the tours to see the value of manufacturing to the economy and to get a first-hand look at the various processes involved with sign manufacturing.





2017 Sign Manufacturing Day Participating Companies 

Friday, October 6, 2017
Companies in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry opened their doors to students and the community to explore the possibilities of a career in the sign and graphics industry. Questions? Please contact [email protected].

#SignMFGDay: Search on social media to see all the photos and updates from Sign Manufacturing Day!

  • Accurate Signs, Mesquite, TX
  • AD/S Companies, Corona, CA
  • AGS, Exton, PA
  • Allen Industries, Greensboro, NC
  • Arrow Sign, Oakland, CA
  • ASG (Advance Sign Group), Columbus, OH
  • Baker Signs and Manufacturing, Conroe, TX
  • Blanchett Neon, Edmonton, AB
  • DaVinci Sign Systems, Inc., Windsor, CO
  • Day Nite Neon Signs, Dartmouth, NS
  • Design Center Signs, Tyler, TX
  • Design Communications, Ltd, Orlando, FL
  • Design Team Sign Company LLC, Savannah, TN
  • Enseignes Plus, Châteauguay, QC
  • Faces, Pelham, AL
  • FDC Graphic Films, Inc., South Bend, IN
  • Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Racine, WI
  • Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Euless, TX
  • Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Oceanside, CA
  • Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Jacksonville, TX
  • Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Delaware, OH
  • Gordon Sign Co., Denver, CO
  • Hansen Signs, Moncton, NB
  • Hilton Displays, Greensville, SC
  • Howard Industries, Fairview, PA
  • IdentiCom Sign Solutions, Farmington Hills, MI
  • ISF Sign Specialists, Indianapolis, IN
  • Jones Signs, De Pere, WI
  • JSJ Electrical Display, Fairfield, CA
  • KAPCO, Kent, OH
  • Kieffer|Starlite, Sheboygan, WI
  • Lewis Sign, Buda, TX
  • LNS Legacy National Signs, Dallas, TX
  • LSI Industries, Inc., North Canton, OH
  • Mattatall Signs, Ltd., Dartmouth, NS
  • Media Resources, Inc., Oakville, ON
  • Midtown Signs, LLC, Kansas City, MO
  • Midwest Light & Sign, Farmington, MO
  • Montreal Neon Signs, Laval, QC
  • North American Signs, South Bend, IN
  • Pattison Sign, Penticton, BC
  • Persona Inc., Watertown, SD
  • Poblocki Sign Company, Milwaukee, WI
  • Poyant Signs, Inc., New Bedford, MA
  • Pride Signs, Cambridge, ON
  • Ramsay Signs, Portland, OR
  • Robert Amerding Company, San Jose, CA
  • Schurle Signs, Lawrence, KS
  • Scott Paragon Signs, Richmond BC
  • Selkirk Signs & Services Ltd, Cranbrook, BC
  • Serigraphics Sign Systems, Inc., Golden Valley, MN
  • Signarama (Corporate), West Palm Beach, FL
  • SIGNSTAR, Tampa, FL
  • Signtech Electrical Advertising, Inc., San Diego, CA
  • Skyline Sign Services Ltd, Edmonton, AB
  • Sleek Advertising Ltd, Regina, SK
  • Spectra Advertising, Concord, ON
  • St. Clair Signs, Taylors, SC
  • Steel Art Company, Norwood, MA
  • Stone's Signs, Saint Charles, MO
  • Superior Electrical Advertising Inc., Long Beach, CA
  • Think Digital Signs, Edina, MN
  • ThinkSign, Inc., Louisville, KY
  • YESCO, Las Vegas, NV
  • YESCO, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Ziglin Signs, Washington, MO


 Thank you to everyone who helped make Sign Manufacturing Day 2016 a huge success!


Sign Manufacturing Day 2016 illuminated future careers for students on Friday, October 7, 2016. 40 participating companies opened their doors at 46 locations to show their passion for what they do to over 3,000 students and community members. Students were engaged and interested in co-ops, internships and hiring. Following a 2015 company tour, an interested welding student applied for a job application; in 2016, that student-turned-employee got to show other students what the industry is all about.




Sign Manufacturing Day can be Every Day!

Workforce development is vital to our industry, and it’s a top priority for ISA. We believe that building on the success of Sign Manufacturing Day is a giant step towards inspiring the next generation of sign professionals. Catch the attention of a young person who is trying to connect the dots between their skills, talents and a career in the sign and graphics industry. Consider hosting a tour with your local technical or high school or community college today.

 



ISA partners with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) to for this special event.
www.mfgday.com


  

Did you know?
Finding qualified workers is one of the biggest challenges facing the sign and visual communications industry.

Find our how Sign Manufacturing Day is helping to solve this issue.