Advertisement Banners for Imperial Apartments in Studio City

Real estate firms can reach customers better with advertisement banners detailing their properties. Like our signs for Imperial Apartments in Studio Cities.

Real estate companies can reach potential customers better with advertisement banners detailing the properties they are offering. Like our signs for Imperial Apartments in Studio Cities. These feather banners flutter beautifully in the wind and compliment the post and panel sign we also made for the firm as part of a comprehensive signage set.

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Our Favorite Customers: Blue Shield of California

We are proud of our work for Blue Shield. They have pivoted to telemedicine to reduce risk of contagion for providers and members alike. More info inside!

We have done a lot of good work for Blue Shield, also known as Blue California. Namely signage for their locations like Huntington Park, Palmdale and Monterey Park. And we are proud of it because they in turn provide crucial and invaluable services to the public. In light of stay-at-home orders, they have pivoted to telemedicine to reduce the risk of contagion for providers and members alike. Here are details of how their innovative house call services are adapting to current circumstances.

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Our Favorite Customers: Maryvale in Rosemead

Maryvale is open and continues to offer essential childcare services. They are one of our favorite customers and we are proud to have made signs for them.

Maryvale is open for business and continue to offer programs to the community and those in need to instill hope during these difficult times. They are one of our favorite customers and we are proud to have made several signs for them. We created signage throughout the campus, including a monument sign, building identification signs and wayfinding signs throughout their beautiful grounds. Continue reading “Our Favorite Customers: Maryvale in Rosemead”