In our latest Small Business Success Story, we meet up with Steve and Connie Pejka, the owners of Bremerton Vintage Flea in Washington State. Although owning and operating a flea market wasn’t something they had initially planned for, they have utilized a mix of social media marketing and community involvement to turn the business into […]
In this installment of our Small Business Success Story series, we chat with Jen Frase, owner of Jen Frase Photography. Jen has found that by focusing on her own specific interest – the close-knit bond that exists between dogs and people – she has also been able to realize photographic and business success.
Although we refer to this series of blogs as our Small Business Success Stories, we always keep an eye out for organizations and groups that might not typically fall under the “small business” umbrella. Purely business-oriented or not, their stories are fascinating and offer some intriguing insights to our Signs.com community – no matter the […]
How do you celebrate the 4th of July? For many of us, Independence Day is a mix of family get-togethers, all the hotdogs and hamburgers we can eat, and colorful parades down Main Street, with the night ending in a dazzling display of fireworks.
In this installment of our Small Business Success Series, we chat with Chad Hays, the owner and CEO of Legacy Crown Exteriors in Dallas, Texas. The company recently purchased an array of signage from Signs.com, including a custom printed pop-up tent and dozens of corrugated plastic yard signs – custom cut and rectangular in shape.
It remains the unofficial start of summer: Memorial Day. And, of course, it’s more than that – it’s the day we honor those who have died in military service to our country. Once commonly known as Decoration Day (owing to the practice of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers), Memorial Day was created by an act […]
With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic showing no indication of slowing down, small businesses are continuing their efforts to pass along crucial messaging to their employees, their clients, and the communities they serve. Getting out the information is critical – whether a business is continuing to offer essential services and products, is adjusting its working hours […]