Posts by Cindy Price

Press Release: Federal Heath Receives SGIA Safety Recognition Program Award

April 10, 2020 Euless, TX – The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) today announced that Federal Heath Sign Company has received the SGIA 2019 Safety Recognition Program Award for its efforts throughout the past year. The annual program runs from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31 and acknowledges those SGIA members which integrate health and safety…

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Social Distancing Ideas for Grocery, C-Stores, Retail & More

The spread of coronavirus has introduced a new phrase into our language – “social distancing” – and a new concern for businesses everywhere. These practical tips may be helpful for companies operating in today’s precautionary environment of distance-awareness. Click Here to read more.

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Sign Maintenance Options – They’re Out There

There you are, driving down the road one night looking for a certain kind of store. You spot the sign and get ready to turn in. Then you giggle. How in the world do they not realize how silly their sign looks with that one letter unlit? Or haven’t they noticed that section is flickering?…

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5 Key Benefits of On-Premise Signs

How signs add value and drive business

Signs, signs, everywhere are signs! You may just take your sign for granted, but did you know that 35% of consumers enter an establishment because they saw the sign while driving by? Think of your signage as a way to not only mark your business but also to market it. While your on-premise sign should…

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Congratulations Bill Faul

Bill Faul Promotion

Sid Rasnick, President and CEO of Federal Heath, is pleased to announce the promotion of Bill Faul to the position of Senior Vice President, Petroleum Sales & Account Management Services effective immediately. In his position, Bill will have overall responsibility for Petroleum sales and customer service. Bill started his career with Federal Heath over 39…

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Are You Ready for a Paradigm Shift in Sign Mounting Heights?

Research from Garvey and Associates suggests that regulators, municipalities and the sign industry could benefit from an entirely different approach to regulating freestanding sign height. Freestanding signs are those that don’t attach to buildings, such as ground-mounted, monument, pylon, and pole signs. The study drew on practices related to traffic signs, as well as information…

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The Mad Dash for Convenience is Fueling C-Store Changes

Tripless Treats and Slipless Receipts For years, Convenience Stores have fed on consumers’ appetites for instant gratification. That used to be easy with the right stock of gas, beverages, and chips. But lifestyles today are busier and more complex; attitudes about health and wellness are different; and cultural trends overall are reshaping the way we…

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Iconic Sign Removed After 50 Years on its Perch

After 50 years in business in Delaware, Ohio, Ralph Martin walked away from his Martin Shoe Repair shop to enjoy his retirement and maybe do a little fishing. He turned off his sign for the last time on April 30. That iconic neon, shoe-shaped sign has been perched on the side of the building marking…

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