Tony Sullivan

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

The part I like the least has to be the bookwork, which is a necessary evil. It’s tedious, there’s really nothing creative about it, but it has to be done.

Staying ahead of the workload I think the hardest part of the sign industry is keeping up with the work. It doesn’t take very much to get one or two people running behind. We’re constantly busy, so scheduling can be difficult.

My commercial customers’ vehicles are making money for them, so they can’t afford too much downtime. If they’re not on the road, they’re not making money. I understand that, so I prioritize them and stay on schedule. Those customers appreciate that.


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