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We just did a Burger King and all the signage came from Entera Signs out of Panama City, FL 850-392-0722 Our contact from Entera is Alan Bryant his office number is 850-392-0799 maybe he can help you or point you in right direction
I've been asked to mount a freestanding sign for a different chain store (Mavis Discount Tires) on top of a BK sign at a site currently under construction. The two stores are sharing a lot and the town will only allow one freestanding sign structure. I need to contact whoever makes the BK signs to see how this can be accomplished. The BK sign would need a stub out the top or maybe two SF cabinets mounted on the pole. And yes I suggested a simple rectangle sign with both logos but of course each wants THEIR exact sign type. If anyone can help me out here I'd appreciate it.
If I get the chance I'll post the drawing I was given. It's sure to give you a laugh.
Hi guys. I just joined about a month ago and haven't introduced myself yet. I'm a sign PM of 13 years, currently with Franchise Signs International. As the name suggests we mostly serve chain companies, namely restaurants (so for us things are especially slow right now but we do have a couple of accounts that are still rockin n rollin.) Our terms are net 30 and we usually have no issue doing half deposits or credit card payments before shipping at first until we establish credit with you. On large installs that require upfront equipment rental we are flexible about deposits. I previously worked for Allen Industries and all I'll say for now is, FSI is much easier to work for because of that flexibility and they actually pay on time (with the exception of the occasional PM error failing to approve an invoice on time.) I've never had a company refuse to work with me at FSI whereas as Allen it was commonplace.
ANYWAY... getting to the point now....
I'm working with a large logistics company currently sending large quantity orders for various size coroplast signs, ACM panels, vinyl graphics, etc. We also get quite a few orders for interior acrylic and sintra letters. We have a couple of suppliers we work with already but we're looking to network with more from various regions. Drop me a line if you're interested in networking with us! I'll provide my email address if allowed (is that allowed?)