Product: Monument Sign

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Client:  Ohio Eagle Distributing

Ohio Eagle Distributing moved is operations a few months ago from a 75,000-square-foot facility into a 135,000-square-foot space. They are a Florida-based company that is expanding locally to the Cincinnati area.

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Moving a business is always a challenge due to the many tasks that have to be accomplished to call your new location “home”. One of the more important tasks is signage both inside and out. Ohio Eagle came to Cincinnati Custom Signs with this all-important task. They needed a “statement” sign to identify their new home. With a facility this size, a monument sign was the obvious choice.

 

 

Their designers discussed with our designers and came up with a great looking, interior lit aluminum monument sign for each of their entrances. These signs were fabricated with interior LED lighting and routed aluminum faces with a polycarbonate backer. The painted aluminum face is complimented with a brushed aluminum skirt that completes the look of this sign.

Landscapers with finish the job and Ohio Eagle Distributing will be proud to call their new facility “home”.

LED lighting for street numbers

Here at Cincinnati Custom signs, we are all about the image of your company. Your signage is the first impression that your customers have of your company. We want to understand your situation and vision, work within your financial means and come up with signage that reflects the image you want to portray. No matter how small or large your project is, we will work with you to understand your needs and deliver highest quality solutions to accomplish your goals within budget and in a timely manner. Please give us a call at 513-322-2559 or visit us in person at 2467 Crowne Point Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45241 or visit us virtually at cincicustomsigns.com so we can help you create the image that truly reflects the quality of your business.

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