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what kind of signage USA use most?

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we are chinese signage manufacturer custom make signs, and we are plan to open USA market, who can tell me what kind of signages most used in USA? appreciate it.

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We use Number 1 Sign   with a side order of Number 13

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Where we are in the Northwest, we typically use #2, with some clients opting for the famous #10:headbang:

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oh boy

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Super Giant Best Lucky Jumbo ones.

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(Post-date back to April 1)

All signs in the US are neon.  They tried to market LED signage here but nobody bought it.  Even traffic signals are neon.  They are talking about requiring all signs to be neon after 2023.  I think it's already a law in some states.

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6 minutes ago, megavolt512 said:

(Post-date back to April 1)

All signs in the US are neon.  They tried to market LED signage here but nobody bought it.  Even traffic signals are neon.  They are talking about requiring all signs to be neon after 2023.  I think it's already a law in some states.

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5 hours ago, megavolt512 said:

(Post-date back to April 1)

All signs in the US are neon.  They tried to market LED signage here but nobody bought it.  Even traffic signals are neon.  They are talking about requiring all signs to be neon after 2023.  I think it's already a law in some states.

you not kidding me?

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10 hours ago, alltex said:

Super Giant Best Lucky Jumbo ones.

thank you, do you interested in view our catalog?

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After China announced today that their putting a large 25% tariff on all American imports Trump said he's slapping a 50% Tariff on all Chinese LED's so us Americans had to go back to Neon

 

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40 minutes ago, ACN Sign said:

thank you, do you interested in view our catalog?

I was wondering when the sales pitch was going to drop......thanks for coming

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On 4/2/2018 at 10:32 PM, ACN Sign said:

thank you, do you interested in view our catalog?

No thanks.  I'm sure the best pics are blurred out....   ;)

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