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Sign Engineering:

If anyone needs their sign structures engineered, please give us a try. Licensed in ALL 50 states, competitive rates. Visit our website at www.sign-engineer.com. or email louisc@sign-engineer.com.

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I just wanted to give a shout out to the Sign Syndicate that 1 Source Sign Company is actively looking for Channel Letter, Logo Box, & Cabinet Manufacturing opportunities. Most Channel Letters leave our shop in two weeks or less from time of order. Simply looking for an opportunity to quote. www.1sourcesign.com

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We here at Milliken are ready to work on your Sign Box, Awning, EMC and GPC projects. We are wholesale only and service the USA and beyond. We can make your projects for you in many stages from Kit to Complete. We have retro fit's for Rigid or Flex faces and also for GPC projects.

We also stock EMC's in 2' x 6' 4", 3' x 6' and 4' x 8' in 16MM and 4' x 8' in 10MM.

Email sales@millikendistribution.com for pricing or more info on any of our products.

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I just wanted to give a shout out to the Sign Syndicate that 1 Source Sign Company is actively looking for Channel Letter, Logo Box, & Cabinet Manufacturing opportunities. Most Channel Letters leave our shop in two weeks or less from time of order. Simply looking for an opportunity to quote. www.1sourcesign.com

I am not affiliated with 1 source but I must say they do an excellent job on fabrication of pan formed faces. We have ordered several times from this company and were very pleased with their products. The staff is very nice there as well.

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I wanted to take this time as the year end approaches to THANK OUR VETERANS for their service to our country and THANK OUR CLIENTS for allowing STC the opportunity to provide structural engineering services on their projects.

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