Whatever happened to the classic neon sign? In most modern displays, companies have repeatedly been trending away from the use of the bright and beautiful neon signs that so often dominated the industry in earlier years.
Bartush Signs is proud to be a trusted vendor for state-affiliated entities. Our role as an experienced and community-driven business allows us to provide any state-funded organization with high-quality, custom signage that truly articulates everything your organization stands for at the best possible prices.
Almost as old as business itself, signs and displays have been a fundamental part of trade for literally centuries. Ever since humans began to use tools, create products, and provide services, various forms of signage have been used as a means of highlighting relevant themes and becoming more visible to the public.
As the current pandemic continues to be a concern for many in Schuylkill County it’s no wonder people are turning to drive-thru services to pick up their food, rather than dining in. From designating an area to pick up curbside to-go orders, to making your restaurant’s drive-thru a convenient and positive experience, there are a lot more signage needs than you may realize.
If you’re looking to get your business noticed, chances are you’re looking for a signage solution that provides bright, eye-catching colors. While the original go-to for such an appearance was neon, LED signs have been gaining notoriety. How do you know which option is right for you? As you decide which option is right for you, it’s important to understand the difference between the two and evaluate your signage wants and needs.
Whether you’re a doctor’s office or a restaurant, it’s important to display health and safety signage right now outlining the guidelines and rules your establishment is following and implementing. There’s also a large chance that the way your business is operating during the COVID-19 pandemic has changed, from limited hours of operation and occupancy, to how you would like customers and patients to enter an establishment, pick up a to-go order, or check in for an appointment.
In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, government officials have placed limitations and restrictions on businesses that are able to operate. While many businesses deemed “non-essential” are mandated to close their doors temporarily, life-sustaining businesses are allowed to remain open. Quality signage has always been an essential aspect of business for informing customers and attracting new business and that importance has not changed. Read below about our capabilities.
This unfamiliar and trying time can be difficult for everyone to endure. With job layoffs, self-isolation from family and friends, and the fear of contracting the coronavirus, many can feel on edge during this time. But it’s important to show support and appreciation to those who are continuing to work in their essential roles to help protect the community. Below, we include ways to thank the local healthcare professionals in your community.
While our signs have taken up post all around the country, our main manufacturing plant, thermoforming plant, and truck and equipment depot are based out of the small town of Orwigsburg, PA.
Baseball season is upon us and the stadiums nationwide will soon be filled with thousands of fans excited to root for their teams. But if your stadium does not have the appropriate signage to direct and inform your visitors, their ballgame experience can definitely strike out.