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Doug Blair

National Sign/Service
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Doug Blair last won the day on February 18 2010

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About Doug Blair

  • Rank
    Apprentice
  • Birthday 12/21/1969

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  • Name
    Doug
  • Company
    Blair Companies
  • City & State
    Panama City Beach, FL.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    sign addict, beach addict, lake addict,

Previous Fields

  • Company Type
    Vinyl & Digital Shop

Quick Company Info

  • Equipment
    national sign company - thermoforming, metal forming, rolling, metal stamping, fiberglass, acm, distortion screening, spin forming, powder coating, and other.
  1. lots of useful information - i dont post a lot but read all of it...
  2. note to self: check facts before writing articles. haha..i Love how you guys hold back! :) d
  3. After 70 years, General Sign Co. closes its doors Monday, June 28, 2010 Melissa Miller EDITOR'S NOTE: The opening date of a business listed in this column has been corrected. Thirty-one workers employed by General Sign Co. at 4857 Nash Road are now looking for new jobs after the company closed June 18. A few staff remain onsite working to finalize financial accounts. Wayne Waldon, owner of Idyllic Enterprises, a quarter of a mile up Nash Road from General Sign, visited the facility last week to notify former workers that he has openings for clerical, shipping and sales positions. Employees of General Sign received two weeks' severance pay. Company spokesman Clay Otto said the decision to close was made by the company's 94-year-old owner who lives out of state. Otto declined to give the owner's name. However, records filed with the Missouri Secretary of State's office identify Lon J. Maxey as the company's registered agent. General Sign opened in Cape Girardeau in 1939, according to its website. It manufactured custom outdoor illuminated signs at its Cape Girardeau facility. The company also had a sales office in St. Louis.
  4. Hey wait! I knew I saw something on the news about this. See attached.
  5. yes! finally some real credibility.
  6. We have seen a major trend in movement from the traditional 4100 to 6500 or higher over the last 15 years or so. We typically see 4100, 5000, and 6500 used in most of our applications. However, I would have to say that 80% is in the 6500 range which is the exact reverse of earlier applications. Although the testing equipment does not alwasy agree, generally our customers see the 6500 as a "brighter" illumination. Let me know if I can help further. d
  7. yes. It is my understanding that Global went out of business. Global was the x president and some others from SRE that left back in 2000 or so. they had some accounts and then suddenly went out of business. I never heard what happened...good luck in your search. Here's a link. http://www.customsigngenerator.com/dunkin-donuts.asp?text=who+builds+me%3F&text2= d
  8. You can contact Sarah his daughter at sfarmer@usled.com. I am pretty sure rons is rfarmer. fyi...d
  9. hey how Manuel decides to decorate his sheep in the privacy of his own home is his business....
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