|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
|Contact: Jarett Svihra
Global Sign & Design, Inc.
| Contact: Eric Pabian
Global Sign & Design, Inc.
Lightin Up the Town
Beaver County Sees More Improvements Thanks to the Sign
Experts at Global Sign & Design, Inc.
BEAVER FALLS August 1, 2006 Light it up,
and they will come. Businesses around the Beaver Falls area may
appear brighter than they used to thanks to the new must-have
technology LED digital message boards. Signs that once
displayed a companys name as identification for the public
now include flashing lights and dancing graphics. These advancements
in sign technology arent limited to Las Vegas or Times Square;
they can be found right in our backyards.
Global Sign & Design, Inc., located in Beaver Falls, has been
sprucing up local buildings with their digital message
boards. Clearview Federal Credit Union, located on Golfview Drive
in Monaca, is one of their recent customers. Clearview is taking
advantage of advertising their interest rates, special loans,
and hours of operation on a digital sign they have put in front
of their building. The sign stands at 3 feet by 11 feet and displays
Geneva College in Beaver Falls has also jumped on board with
the company. The renovation of the colleges athletic stadium
includes a 25 foot by 15 foot digital scoreboard installed by
Global Sign. The company is excited to be playing an important
role in the renovation project. The scoreboard will be completed
in time for the Golden Tornadoes first home game on September
The LED Electronic Advertising industry continues to grow across
the country. Its an advertising medium that has and will
continue to change with technology but thats why
its so convenient and makes so much sense. Media that once
ruled the advertising world, such as television and newspapers,
now have trouble maintaining their niche in the market at a time
when their audience is bombarded with messages every day. On the
other hand, digital signs target only those members of the target
audience who drive past the actual establishment. A one time investment
in these digital displays result in up to a 50 percent increase
Vice President Eric Pabian says it all makes perfect sense. The
signs draw attention to those passing by. Thats why banks
have always used digital time and temperature units on their signs
it draws attention to their identity. Schools use electronic
displays to promote sporting, academic, and community events,
and the Department of Transportation uses digital signs to inform
drivers of hazards. So why not use them for any other business,
large or small?
It appears as though many are catching on to Pabians advice.
The moving lights all around the town are evidence the success