Belleview, Ill. - When MotoMart purchased its first 19mm color
Watchfire LED sign, it was found to improve sales, drawing
customers from the gas pumps into the store.
Nashua, N.H. - Bill Gurney, owner of Gurney's Automotive Repair,
realized that the changeable copy sign outside his shop was no
longer adequate for the company's advertising needs.
Bluefield, W.Va. - The decision to upgrade their old bulb sign
to a Watchfire XVS 19mm sign was easy for Bill Cole Automall -
especially since the purchase qualified them for a $42,000 rebate
from Appalachian Electric Power.
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio - From flat to fat, sales numbers in
the last six months of 2008 tell the tale for Bill Marble's
Dairy Queen®. Once the sign went up, so did sales. The
franchise had the largest sales increase of all 36 Dairy Queens® in
the region in November of 2008.
Sunland Park, N.M. - Sunland Park uses a video switching system
to simultaneously capture live camera feeds that are relayed to
their Watchfire sign. When there are no races, the sign is used as
a standard message center.
Ohio - Dunkin' Donuts franchisee Ken Blum says his Watchfire LED
signs have improved communication with the surrounding community,
boosted his sales and saved his business valuable employee
Akron, Ohio - Pruitt Honda's electronic message center has
improved sales, especially when Pruitt tailors the sign ads to
specific products. In addition to products and promotions, Pruitt
Honda displays its social media contact information on the LED
Bemidji, Minn. - Leuken's Village Foods worked with sign dealer
Ross Lewis Signs to choose full-color Watchfire digital signs to
replace its old monochrome bulb units. The new LED signs have given
business a boost and reduced the stores' electricity usage.
Hooksett, N.H. - When Merchants Auto first sought to upgrade its
signage in the 90's, the successful New Hampshire-based used car
dealership turned to Watchfire Signs. They turned to Watchfire
again a few decades later when it was time to update again.
Lewes, Del. - Lewes Fishhouse needed a sign that could keep up
with their catch-of-the-day specials and bring their location to
the foreground. A new Watchfire LED sign is just the hook they were
looking for, and now sales are on the rise.
Denton, Md. - Keeping the old outdoor
sign up-to-date was a hassle, and deli owner Rick Bullock
decided enough was enough. After having a Watchfire LED sign
installed, Bullock can now easily update and engage
Newport News, Va. - Owner Clark Anderson wanted to update
to a more dynamic sign solution that represented his stunning
inventory. "I'm in the business of beauty, and I knew the new sign
had to be able to bring that across," he said.
Dodge City, Kan. - In the pioneering spirit of the Old West, the
city also uses the signs to sell corporate sponsorships - making
them not only excellent message centers, but revenue centers,
Petersburg, Va. - After struggling with an unreliable sign by
another manufacturer, Petersburg High School took action to replace
the old sign with a new Watchfire LED sign.
Utica, Ohio - Jo and Brian Walters, owners of a Marathon
gas and convenience store known as the Yellow Dog Express were
chasing their tails trying to keep their old reader board
Mooresville, Ind. - With a campus expansion on the horizon, this
hospital was looking for a way to communicate better with the
community and reduce the costs associated with their old
Barboursville, W.Va. - As a business owner, Marsha has always
liked to stay current on industry trends and new technology, so
when she started to see LED signs popping up around her, she
decided to purchase one to replace her old letter board sign and to
better promote her business.
Fairmont, W.Va. - Though the stadium hosts football games
between two rival high schools, the community came together to fund
the sign. Now students in video production classes manage sign
messages and both schools benefit from increased attendance at
Glen Burnie, Md. - Arundel Christian Church was looking for a
sign that would catch attention and attract younger parishoners.
They worked with GableSigns, Inc., and chose a new Watchfire LED
Lima, Ohio - Unsatisfied with a wooden sign and reader board,
Missy Van Meter, administrative assistant for Shawnee Township,
decided on an LED sign. She knew that it would make changing
messages easier, attract more attention, and get information
out to more residents.
Owosso, Mich. - When Baker College of Owosso expanded
along the M52 corridor, it capitalized on a golden opportunity
to message to motorists along the busy state trunk-line
Milford, Ohio - PDQ Doors leveraged their
location along I-275 when zoning changes allowed them a larger
on-premise sign. With a Watchfire LED that is nearly
30 feet wide, PDQ Doors now has the ultimate in
self-promotion. Revenue attributed to the sign now
totals over 6 figures annually.
Columbus, Ohio - Located in a high-traffic area near
downtown, Klean-a-Kar had a golden opportunity to put its name and
services in front of thousands of people daily. However, their old
static sign, which simply read "Car Wash", did little to draw
attention or brand recognition.
Sussex County, Del. - In the past, Sussex County FCU had relied
on traditional advertising to appeal to new members. But with
newspaper circulation dwindling, it began exploring other