9 tips for a more successful sign business
Proven ways to make your business easier, less stressful and more profitable
Posted on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
Rocky Mountain College
of Art in 1986. Debi has a degree in marketing and finance, and had worked in advertising and sales. Two months after they married in 1992, they went into the sign business in a 200 sq. ft. shop. Today they have a well-equipped 5500 sq. ft. shop and four employees.
They’ve endured the hassles and faced the challenges of an industry that has changed a lot in that time. They’ve also made it a point to learn from both the failures and successes along the way. SignCraft asked Debi to share some of the things that she feels have contributed to the success of Vital Signs. Here are her words:
There’s a lot to learn if you want to succeed at making signs—design, construction, sales, fabrication and technology are all key aspects. But running the business is often the one critical thing that determines whether a sign business will survive or fail.
Chris and Debi Lovelady have been in the sign business for 25 years. Chris started painting signs in the 1980s and graduated from the