Signs have lives too. This one's spirit is leaving its body.

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So you've had an exterior illuminated sign at your place of business for a while. Maybe the bulbs need replacement from time to time, but it's a hassle to have to call the sign company to make the repair every time. And making sure the parking lot/parking garage lights are lit can take a lot of time...

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By Kelly Bauer DNAInfo Chicago 1/4/16 The famous Stars Motel sign, which stood over Lincoln Avenue long after the actual motel was gone, has been torn down. The sign sat at 6100 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago for decades, welcoming patrons to the Stars, one of many motels that dotted the stretch of road...

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Yes, it's cold and icy and in some parts, deeply snowy, but Chicagoans like to toss in some humor. Perhaps signs point to a hilarious Spring?

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Kim - Parvin-Clauss Signs, The signs are in and they look great. I can't say enough about your installers and the professionalism that was shown throughout the installation. Mark and Neal did an excellent job under adverse conditions. Thank you and Brian for all your cooperation throughout this...

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Brian Newton, Director - Sales and Business Development and Lisa Staszak, Sales Manager with Parvin-Clauss Sign Company both achieved Sales Excellence by meeting and exceeding their respective sales goals in 2015.   Both Brian and Lisa have established strong relationships with their clients a...

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From James Hunt at Mental Floss: The traditional British pub is part of the landscape of British life. At a recent count, there are around 50,000 of them in the UK, some of which claim to trace their lineage back as far as the 5th and 6th centuries, through the oldest verified by Guinness—Ye Olde F...

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- BY Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz Chicago Tribune Shortly after Jenny Niemann launched her office furniture dealership last year, a branding consultant asked her a question that put her back on her heels. Is the brand male or female? "That one really caught me by surprise," said Niemann, CEO of Chicago...

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From The Daily Herald 9/15/15. Hanover Park installed new street signs last week that police hope will use a bit of humor to catch motorists' attention and remind them to stop at intersections where it's required. But the Illinois Department of Transportation says the new signs don't comply with...

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From Crain's Thomas Corfman: A coalition of groups representing small-business owners is pushing the Emanuel administration to speed up the approval process for signs, which they say is needlessly slow and expensive. An application for a sign on average takes 10 to 12 hours to complete and then...

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