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”

Honoring Our Favorite Customers: New Generation Home Improvements

Contractors are still essential business. Call New Generation Home Improvements for emergency maintenance or construction needs. Support local businesses!

Contractors are still essential business. So make sure to call New Generation Home Improvements for any emergency maintenance or construction needs. We can still support local businesses while following shelter in place and social distancing. Moreover, weather, wear and tear still occur and take their toll on buildings whether there’s a pandemic or not. This means contractors are still required – and we should appreciate their efforts.

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Honoring Our Favorite Customers: The West Valley YMCA

Premium Sign Solutions' Honoring Our Favorite Customers seal over a an outdoor photoraph featuring pole banners made for West Valley YMCA.

In this installment of Honoring Our Favorite Customers, we express our appreciation for West Valley YMCA and the whole organization in general. In Los Angeles, they have gone above and beyond in giving back to the community in these trying times. As CBS News reports, they’re pitching in to help with food, blood drives and childcare. These are invaluable services that save lives.

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