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  • Birthday 06/13/1958

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  • Name
    Diane
  • Company
    La Crosse Sign Co., Inc.
  • Job Title
    VP
  • City & State
    Onalaska, WI
  • Gender
    Female

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  • Company Type
    Vinyl & Digital Shop

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  • Contact Number
    6087811450
  • Address
    1450 Oak Forest Dr.
    Onalaska WI 54650
  • Equipment
    Service/Install trucks to 130', enclosed trucks, excavator, auger, lift

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  1. Anyone else experiencing problems with the national, United Visual Branding? We recently completed a large Audi project for them and they stopped payment on a small check last week, still owe us a large chunk of $ and are past due, are non-responsive to calls/emails, and we found on another forum the PM we worked with was laid-off last month.
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  3. Thanks for all the comments. We started out small, with a few employees and verbal communication was the norm. We interacted enough that we could easily see what someone didn't know and could help them out, again, verbally. We're over 50 employees now, with three locations, and still growing. A lot of that growth came very quickly and veteran employees moved up the ranks, learning new positions and not having the time to teach properly. There's also the question of whether people who perform a job well are good teachers. We certainly have our sign standards but I was looking for somethin
  4. Thanks for your input. I agree completely about the estimator...it was definitely a "got no choice" decision. I see a lot of people have viewed my post but only one response? Are you all just silently wishing us luck???
  5. We have a lot of new employees...in sales, design, estimating, and production drawings. Is anyone aware of written sign construction "standards"? Like when you need to switch from flat faces to pan, pan to flex, what to consider for sign depth, etc? This training by fire is killing us. Is there anything out there to help? Thanks for whatever input you can give.
  6. Has anyone done work for Identity Management/Identity Business, out of Grapevine, Texas?
  7. Thanks, David. I'm very familiar with Appleton. I didn't think they had resources to work at this height, but I'll check. Thanks, again!
  8. Looking for someone to assist with an installation in Milwaukee at 100'. Any volunteers or recommendations?
  9. Looking for an installer for a project in Bothell, WA. Any recommendations?
  10. Can anyone recommend a company in San Antonio, to do a vinyl install?
  11. Do you have any references? We're looking at the Yesco franchise setup. This seems like a possible alternative, but I'd like to hear from someone who's using it.
  12. It'll be interesting to see if anyone else posts an answer to Mark's question. I asked a similar question awhile ago and didn't get one response, so I also appreciate Mark's (from Alltex) input. Thanks!
  13. We're planning on upgrading our crew's cells to smart phones. While talking about it we learned that several of the guys canceled their personal cell phone plans and are using the company phones as their personal phone after hours. Not a big deal for the most part, because there's been no problem with going over minutes. Thought it was interesting though that they decided on their own to give themselves a perk! Anyway, smart phones pose different problems and our Controller says that if someone is distracted by the phone and causes an accident, the company can be sued and held liable (ther
  14. It is our policy to check everything that comes in for correctness, which includes patterns, lighting, etc., but didn't specifically talk to our receiving guy about colors. The difference is one number on the PMS scale (293 vs. 292). I'm not trying to say we don't have any responsibility, we do, and we'll pay the whole thing to satisfy our customer. I just believe they should share some of the burden. While I know it's common practice, we shouldn't have to be our vendor's quality control.
  15. What would you expect from your vendor if the following happened? We ordered two printed flex faces for a 10' X 13' Super America hi-rise sign. Installed the faces, at a cost more than you might think because we had to rent a crane at $1,360 to accomplish it. One of the face colors is wrong and the vendor admits it is due to a typo by the person entering the order. They are reprinting the faces but won't help with installation costs. Are we being unrealistic to think they have some responsibility? Thanks for your opinions.
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