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.

Apr 23 2014

Signtronix – Value Builders Part 2

Here are a few value building statements.

  • We’re talking about something that will pay the rent.
  • This sign will increase your business 30%.
  • This sign will fill your place with business.
  • If they don’t see you, they won’t come in. Continue Reading »

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Apr 21 2014

Signtronix – Value Builders Part 1

From Steve Ingemi

How do we build value?  When do we build value?  What do we actually say?



You do this by using all of the natural resources available to you such as brain, body, language, eyes, voice and actions.  Also, you should use any written material, presentation, pictures, graphs, letters, surveys or documentations. Continue Reading »

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Apr 18 2014

Signtronix – Wheat Fields of America

Southwest Thunderbirds Richard Houston is out working in the wheat fields of American this week.  He’s writing up orders and adding contracts to his Sijan total.  Richard just placed another one with an LED-40 3 line.  Way to go and good job, Richard! Continue Reading »

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Apr 16 2014

Signtronix – San Francisco Trip #1 A Success

The winning Dealers of the San Francisco/Napa Valley contest, Jeff & Angela Howey, Earnie & Kaitlyn Bailey along with Jaymes Ryan and Gena Lubken are on their way home from a great adventure with CEO Tommy & Miranda Boren.  Everyone deemed it a HUGE success.  One of the highlights was the Hot Air Balloon ride over Napa Valley.  Continue Reading »

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Apr 14 2014

Signtronix – Asking For Referrals Pays Off

Triple Crown DM Seth McNeal has had a rough week; however, he prevailed.  He continued to fill out his 24 call sheet and always remembered to ask for referrals.  Seth went into an Insurance business where the owner wasn’t in so he proceeded to ask the secretary for referrals.  She told him of someone who just opened a Furniture Store right across the street.  Continue Reading »

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Apr 11 2014

Signtronix – Happy Birthday John Marty

We send Happy Birthday wishes to John Marty who will celebrate his birthday on Wednesday, October 16th.  Enjoy your day, John! Continue Reading »

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Apr 09 2014

Signtronix – Think About This

Why do we say something is out of whack?  What is whack?

Why does “fat chance” and “slim chance” mean the same thing?

Why do “tug” boats push their barges? Continue Reading »

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Apr 07 2014

Signtronix – Love That Smile

CEO Tommy Boren was absolutely thrilled last week as he sent out five 160160/52 hats for Personal Recruiting.  Ron Gither received a hat for recruiting Josh Gither and CJ Gordon.  Both Josh and CJ received hats after making their first sale.  Brandon Gither received a hat for sharing Signtronix with Kortney HoganContinue Reading »

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Apr 04 2014

Signtronix – Turned Down On A Lease… Here’s How To Turn It Around Part 2

Before the customer has time to answer, you should say, “You are not the only person who has had that problem and our company has come up with a solution for you to get your sign in November.  Let me take just a few minutes and explain to you what our company has come up with.”  At this point, show them the “Indoor” sign and explain how getting the indoor sign and getting it right away, getting it up and working for them will give them the additional income they need to pay for the outdoor sign in November.   Continue Reading »

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Apr 02 2014

Signtronix – Turned Down On A Lease… Here’s How To Turn It Around Part 1

When you are turned down on lease and attempt to convert it to a cash sale the customer often says “NO” they don’t want the order after all and it’s over.  Rather than leaving without a sale ask the customer when they feel they would be ready for the sign.  The customer might say in November.  Continue Reading »

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