Watchfire Blog

  • Quality That Lasts (And Lasts, And Lasts)

    Clearwater Credit Union has been serving area residents for 57 years, and for more than a third of that time they have used the same Watchfire sign to promote their services. Reliable products are what Watchfire is all about. When we partner with dealers like Sign Crafters in Lewiston, Idaho, the customer always comes out ahead.

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  • The Perfect Proposal - Couple Gets Engaged With a Watchfire Sign

    Justin Arndt, a janitor that works at the Harrisburg Mall in Pennsylvania, proposed to long-time girlfriend Liz Wine via a message on Harrisburg Mall’s 28-foot LED Watchfire outdoor sign. Mall manager, Bill Russell, and Kevin with Strickler Signs came together to help orchestrate a one-of-a-kind proposal for the happy couple, complete with a virtual fireworks show displayed on the sign.

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  • Watchfire debuts new 10mm LED sign at Taphouse 23

    Are you ready for the next wave of high resolution displays? Watchfire has just installed its first 10mm sign, the company’s highest resolution display, at the soon to open Taphouse 23 restaurant in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania.

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  • Watchfire Releases Liter Version of Popular Price Watcher Gas Price Signs

    Watchfire is excited to announce new liter gas price signs for customers in Canadian and Central and South American markets. Liter Price Watcher signs feature an 888.8 segment configuration with adjustable numerals from 0 to 9 on all number segments.

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  • Focus On Your Billboard Business, Not Your Digital Billboard

    Last week we attended the annual Independent Billboard Operators (IBO) meeting. The first day of the meeting revolved around Roland Advertising in Cookeville, TN. Dave Roland was generous enough to host the group at his office, where he spent more than half the day with a couple dozen fellow billboard operators explaining how his company has been so successful with digital billboards in and around their relatively small town. Cookeville is in Putnam County, which has a population of about 73,000. Roland installed their first digital billboard there about five years ago and their network now includes more than twenty units, mostly within a 30-mile radius. They’ve got insight and discipline that carries their plans through execution, but what Roland Advertising has done can serve as a model for anyone in the industry.

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