We are pleased to announce the first ever winner of the “Design Your Success” annual scholarship and the amount of $2000.00 to Joshua Fernandez of Rincon, Georgia.
We are surrounded by signs! Everywhere you look there are signs. Because we’re sign enthusiasts we thought it would be cool to take a look at some of the most iconic signs around the United States and each state in particular.
While we found many iconic and well known signs, we found just as many that are well known locally but are probably unknown on a national level. This doesn’t diminish their importance, it only makes it all the more fun to read about them! Some of these signs are tied to their famous landmarks and others stand alone. We think it’s a pretty cool way (in a geeky sign kinda way) to show the diversity of the country and hope you enjoy the most famous signs in each of the 50 United States.
Wanna catch ‘em all? The new mobile game Pokemon Go is taking the world by storm. Less than a week old and the phenomenon is growing day-by-day. The game created in collaboration by former Google startup, Niantic, Inc & The Pokemon Company is a new twist on the TV show, card and video game series that was popular in the late 90s and early 2000s. While many people have downloaded the game (over 7.5 million in the United States) and rushed to streets and parks to get in on the action, there is a still some mystery to how the game is played and how it might evolve over time.
It’s officially election season. Driving around town you’ll probably see a sign or two, or a whole lot more than one or two, for a political candidate from now until November. It seems that every election year, our yards and neighborhoods become filled with political advertising. For years this has been a popular method to get the word out about a candidate or an issue. But what affect do these signs have on the voters? Do they have much sway at the ballot box? Or are they simply a waste of time, effort, and money? A nuisance in an already noisy and over-saturated advertising world? Read More