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NATIONAL SIGN & SERVICE COMPANY REVIEW LIST

For Sign Company's Who Work As Subcontractors

Before You Work For A National Sign & Service Company You Need To Look At The Reviews Of These Companies Before You Work For Them. Learn When To Expect Payment From Them and What It's Like To Work For Them, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly. Learn and Share Your Experiences Yourself For Others

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When you upgrade your free membership to a Board Patron (The Order), or by becoming a regular customer of our online Sign Supplies, you will have the ability to place your company on our Sign Installer Map.  

This is a mapping system that helps other Sign Companies find you for subcontract work (Service & Install), or by location as a Vendor.

 

The Installer map is located at the upper horizontal menu bar, or click this link located here.

http://www.thesignsyndicate.com/forums/index.php?/membermap/

 

Just click on the "My Location" Button, or it can show as "Update My Location" if you want to change it.

 

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We lost quite a few markers when we upgraded the site recently, and I apologize for you having to redo. 

 

This mapping system is still in the process of upgrading so in the upcoming days you will see small changes such as the mebers company name also appear when you hover/click on a marker.

 

Membership Upgrade Link http://www.thesignsyndicate.com/forums/index.php?/store/category/1-membership-upgrade/

 

 

You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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Just improved the Installer Map Function

 

Now when you select a member on the map you will see some quick contact info rather than having to click again on the members name to go to their profile.

 

So it's very important for users to go to their profile and fill out all necessary fields to make it easier to be contacted.  We'll be adding more quick options too soon.  Any suggestions you may have would be helpful.

 

Current Fields that show up that you can edit in your profile are:

COMPANY:

WEBSITE UR:

EMAIL:

CONTACT NO.

EQUIPMENT:

 

 

 

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Board Patron's don't forget to mark yourself on our Installer Map if you take on any subcontracting for Installs or maintenance from other sign companies, it'll be much easier to find you!

You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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Reminder!!

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