Government Relations

The on-premise sign industry faces burdensome regulations from all levels of government, which is why ISA  fights on behalf of sign companies in Washington DC, state capitals and in cities and towns across the country. Whether it’s forming coalitions to present a unified voice on small business issues before Congress, or working to protect signs from being unfairly restricted by state agencies, or educating city planners on the benefits of visible and attractive signage, ISA works every day to promote the rights of sign companies to sell and of retailers to use effective on-premise signs.

Here are the grassroots tools and facts that sign companies, sign users and government officials need to enact reasonable, beneficial and enforceable sign regulations.

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Interesting Facts About Signs

Data from the U.S. Small Business Administration attributes as much as 50% of a company's business to its signage.