Category: Sign Company News

Get Your Displays Ready for Fall Holidays

Change your content with the changing of the seasons. Our Holiday Content Packages for LED signs will help your business, and community, join in on the festivities!

Sign Permits – Where to Begin

Preparing to install a digital LED sign doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In this blog, Daktronics provides some guidelines for how to work with city, county or state ordinances and how to successfully get a permit for your digital sign.

Digital Signs Can Be Thoughtful Neighbors

Digital billboards and signs are often a source of scrutiny, especially when they are near housing developments or apartment buildings. Businesses who want to be good neighbors need to be ready to alleviate concerns by educating city councils, regulatory committees and residents about LED displays.

Cost/Benefit of Owning a Digital LED Sign

How much does an LED sign cost? Is the cost really worth the benefit? This blog from Daktronics provides some answers.

An Interview with Persona Signs

See what Persona Signs has to say about their business over the last year and how they are preparing for potential changes in the signage industry.

An Interview with Federal Heath

Tim Smith, director of sales and marketing, shares how Federal Heath has navigated the ever-changing landscape of the digital signage industry and capitalized on the needs of convenience stores this last year.

An Interview with La Crosse Sign Group

Paul Fuchsel tells La Crosse Sign Group’s story – from their beginnings to the signage powerhouse they have grown into. He also breaks down how the last couple years have impacted his business and what he sees for the future.

An Interview with Indigo Signs

For 26 years, Daktronics and Indigo Signs have partnered to deliver beautiful displays, pairing static and digital signage. Read what John Danio has to say about the company and this past year.

Building Owners Use Digital Signs for More than Self Promotion

When building owners offer advertising on digital signs, they provide tenants and vendors with on-location messaging opportunities, while the signs pay for themselves.