Signtronix Sign Company has been a leading manufacturer of business signs for over 50 years. Our philosophy from the start was to provide high-quality business signs at a low cost to small businesses in the United States. All these years later, we still stand by that philosophy, and strive to make eye-catching, quality signs available to small business owners at an affordable price.

We've designed and manufactured over 600,000 signs for businesses and organizations across America since we started with our vision in 1963. We're able to continue to create affordable signs for small businesses because we've mastered the art of sign production. In fact, we have the process down to such a science that we create one sign every 10 minutes. Our 80,000 square foot manufacturing facility uses state-of-the-art equipment and dedicated employees to create signs that business owners can count on.

At Signtronix, low cost doesn't mean low quality. We understand sign design and how it's used to really put a business' best face forward. And because we've created over half-a-million signs for all different types of businesses, we know what kind of sign is best for yours.



Jan 16 2015

Signtronix – Omaha Pioneers

Leads are golden,” said Omaha Pioneer RM Tim Bailey! Thanks, Stacey Neill! DM Ron Sibbel placed a pair of Model 36 panels to a Salon and Tim Bailey sold a P/20 6’ RGB to a Salon and Spa!

Brad Williams sold Model 46 panels to a Restaurant. If you’re not setting your leads up properly, you’re costing yourself a lot of money and aggravation! Continue Reading »

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Jan 14 2015

Signtronix – St. Louis Road Warriors Part 2

Cheryl Phillips broke the ice at a Children Recreation Club! She spent 15 years in the Optical Business before Signtronix. After owning an Optical Shop, she now believes that if she had had adequate signage she may not have gone out of business!

Scott Hespin comes to us with a background as a Brew Master and has even brought some of his homemade award winning beer on the road for the team. Scott understands closing and is busy learning the ropes. Mike Font and Scott have been working together, closing a ton of deals and have added greatly to the teams monthly totals.

Also, very essential to the team growth has been Jerry Brendel’s help in assisting field training and helping throughout the region showing Dealers, old and new, how to succeed.

Division Manager Vernie Boren visited the team and brought with him an arsenal of knowledge and wisdom, as only Vernie can. Team members Thomm Morgan and Mark Nichols attended the meeting and have added to the teams monthly totals. Also, back in action is Ron English. He is back in good health and back with a passion to succeed. With that, he is attempting in November and December, back to back, Lance Sijan awards for his 7th and 8th Sijan!

RM Jeff Dean said, “What’s amazing about building a new team is when the right people get together and allow the essential pieces to fall into place, everyone on the team starts to reach a higher level and begin a rise to the top once again. Thank You, Vernie Boren, for all of your help in assisting us in reaching a new level!”

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Jan 12 2015

Signtronix – St. Louis Road Warriors Part 1

The Road Warriors are back in action with new energy, a new focus and a flurry of Icebreakers. DM’s Greg Haney and Mike Font, are working hard to build their Districts and out field training everyday, showing Dealers the ropes. Continue Reading »

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Jan 09 2015

Signtronix – Texas Trailblazers

The Texas Trailblazers race for the iPad is on!!! “And, oh, how it is heating up,” reports RM Lance Pelton. We have a new leader… Keith Ives just placed his SIXTH contract of the contest. Way to go Keith! Continue Reading »

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Jan 07 2015

Signtronix Lady of the Month Kaitlynn Bailey Part 2

But it wasn’t until the Jamboree in Atlanta that I fully understood this company’s true purpose! “Building business for people by building exceptional signs, which builds people up!” I wanted this opportunity more than words can express. Ineeded to overcome my own fear offailure. Nothing does the trick like makinga cold call and succeeding! Continue Reading »

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Jan 05 2015

Signtronix Lady of the Month Kaitlynn Bailey Part 1

What an amazing journey life is!” Kaitlynn Bailey is originally from Minnesota and very proud to be Midwestern through and through! She married young and along the way was able to assemble her own mini-baseball team of three sons and three daughters. “It still shocks me when I see them all together. They are my greatest achievement and six big reasons I find the courage to push open the door! Simply picturing their faces makes the most amazing thing happens… I become fearless.” Continue Reading »

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Jan 02 2015

Signtronix – Headlines

NEW MEXICO ROADRUNNERS Seek to SHARE THEIR VISION with MAIN STREET AMERICA!

RM Andrew and Ali Howe were pleased to greet Larry Godwin from the neighboring Colorado Region recently. The time spent together at dinner was mutually motivating and enjoyable. Ali would like to thank Larry for supporting the TAP program and wishes him continued success in his travels. Continue Reading »

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Dec 31 2014

Signtronix – 9 Things successful people do differently

Heidi Grant Halvorson

Is that enough DON’Ts for your success list? How about a few more DO’s?

Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D. is a motivational psychologist and author of Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals. (Great one to check out!) She is an expert blogger on motivation and leadership for the websites of several leading publications, including Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Psychology Today. Continue Reading »

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Dec 29 2014

Signtronix – Daily Checklist

by Jaymes Ryan

-Breakfast and/or coffee

-Obtain city sign ordinance and business card of person in charge of sign permits.

-Do a proper 24-call sheet

-Put a smile on my face Continue Reading »

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Dec 17 2014

Signtronix – Image is Everything Part 2

Now, let’s talk about the product. There’s no comparison. In fact, it’s a joke compared to Grandma’s. On a typical day McDonalds will do $20,000 in sales. The man who owns McDonalds is a millionaire while Grandma is struggling. She drives an old car, and she works 18 – 20 hours a day. Continue Reading »

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