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Profile: Tom Marsh

Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada

By SignCraft.com

Posted on Monday, November 2nd, 2015

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Shop name:
Brushstrokes Signs & Awnings

Shop size: 2,000 sq. ft.

Staff: Four

Age: 55

Graphics equipment:
Roland VersaCAMM SP-540V printer
Royal Sovereign laminator
Gerber Edge printer
Gerber plotter
Gerber Omega software

Online:
www.brushstrokes.ca
I was introduced to the sign business when I was about 10 years old. My cousin, Dick Marsh owns Libra Signs in Quesnel, BC. I worked there after school and on Saturdays, coating out boards and cleaning up. I soon became fascinated with hand lettering and the general layout procedures of painting signs and trucks.

I worked there till I was 17 when I left to pursue my other career: hockey.


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