Asheville, NC – Businesses suffering form damaged signs due to the Storm and Impact from Hurricane Sandy are being helped by Asheville Signarama.
Strong winds, linked to Hurricane Sandy, caused not only widespread power outages, as trees were knocked down into power lines and the Lake Julian Substation. In addition many outdoor signs were damaged.
Asheville Signarama has stepped up efforts to support the local community by providing discounted services to those businesses impacted with storm damaged signage. “Businesses invest in outdoor signage. We understand the impact to a business, when their signs are down or damaged and so we are here to help our neighbors by providing our services at discounted rates to assist them in restoring their signs, or obtaining new ones, in time for the holiday season” commented Ed Sullivan, owner of Asheville Signarama. “Businesses helping one another, especially in times of need, is part of building a healthy community”.
If you have storm damaged signage, contact Ed Sullivan at (828) 575 2550.
About Asheville Sign-A-Rama
Asheville Sign-A-Rama is Western North Carolina's full service sign company. Established in Asheville, NC 2011 as an independently and locally owned company, and is quickly becoming known as the place in Western North Carolina for all your sign needs. With over over 100 years of experience in sign design, marketing, manufacturing and installation, they can tackle even the most difficult and challenging projects with spectacular results. “Our goal is to provide unparalleled service and expertise to our clients.” For more information, please visit http://www.signarama.com/
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