Here are highlights from a few of the many sign projects of 2019…
Winter 2019 began by helping my friends at Skipping Rock Brewery open their doors for the first time. I also branded yet another van or two for the Vailes Brothers. Then I helped returning customer, Westminster Presbyterian Church, point visitors to the main sanctuary. Finally, I helped rebuild a brick sign that was knocked down in an ice storm by a wayward vehicle! I’m blessed to have so many friends out there who need me!
Spring had sprung! What a grand old time helping brand yet another office for HammondTownsend; Then I built my very first carved plywood sign for a private residence in Rockbridge County; Then I helped my church with interior vinyl graphics and another with a carved wood sign!
Summertime and the living was easy!! I was able to tackle some interesting projects in the summer sunshine. I helped several dental practices renovate their exterior signs and lobbies, some by collaborating with a local commercial renovation contractor specializing in medical office updates; Then I enjoyed creating a beautiful carved and gilded wood sign for a new B&B in Staunton; And then EMU called with many projects getting ready for the new school year. Such a nice campus!
Autumn leaves began to fall, but I couldn’t slow down! It was a great season for Augusta Sign Company as I was able to coordinate several large projects: First- I provided the dimensional wall letters and emblem that adorn the entrance to Fishburne’s new field house; Then I was able to update signage at several residential housing units in Waynesboro; I also updated signs for several churches, including St. Mark’s Methodist, then capped it off by enlarging the entrance sign for Brite Transit in Fishersville.
All in all, it was a great year for signs! I am blessed and I hope you are too! Please enjoy a BRAND NEW DECADE with me as we enter 2020…and don’t forget to make sure your signs are effective out there in the year ahead…I can always use the work!
Mark Hackley owns and operates Augusta Sign Company near Middlebrook, Virginia. You can e-mail him ideas for your next sign project at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 540-943-9818.