Trade Associations

ISA International Sign Expo Attendees Choose Best New and Green Products With scores of new and innovative products on the ISA Sign Expo tradeshow floor, it can be challenging to determine what's best. ISA Sign Expo attendees were up to the task, awarding a Best New Product and Best Green Product.

Lonnie Stabler Posthumously Presented Kirk K....
Lonnie Stabler, former owner of Stabler Sign Company in Bryan, Texas, was named the 2015 recipient of the Kirk L. Brimley Distinguished Service Award held April 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The presentation was made in conjunction with ISA International Sign Expo 2015, the sign and visual communications industry’s largest... Read More
ISA Quarterly Report Shows Favorable Conditions in...
The International Sign Association’s Sign Industry Quarterly Economic Report continues to show a stronger-than average outlook for the sign and visual communications industry over 2015 and 2016. The report was released today during ISA International Sign Expo 2015 to attendees. The ISA Sign Industry Quarterly... Read More
ISA Sign Expo 2015 Includes Exhibitor Products in...
ISA International Sign Expo 2015 offers the best place to experience the sign and visual communications industry's leading products. Many of those products can be seen in action throughout the show to create its exciting atmosphere. "We so value our in-kind sponsors who help make ISA International Sign Expo vibrant... Read More
International Sign Association Announces Inaugural...
The International Sign Association’s inaugural class of ISA Elite recognizes the next generation of sign and visual communications industry leaders. The ISA Elite is comprised of thirty-six young professionals who work in the industry.   ISA Elite is designed to combat one of the most pressing issues facing... Read More
ISA International Sign Expo 2015 to be the Largest,...
ISA International Sign Expo 2015 will be April 8-11 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Convention Center in Las Vegas, and this event is once again shaping up to have the most exciting tradeshow floor in the sign and visual communications industry once again. “It’s no accident that we’ve selected the theme ‘Come to... Read More

ISA International Sign Expo 2015 Tradeshow Floor...
Four weeks before the ISA International Sign Expo 2015's tradeshow opens, it already is completely sold out. In all, the tradeshow floor will approach 215,000 net square feet, making it the largest show floor in ISA history. The largest previous show was in 2013 at just over 202,000 net square feet. ISA... Read More
USSC Announces Scholarship Deadline Date
Since 1998, the United States Sign Council (USSC) has been awarding scholarships to deserving college students. These USSC scholarships are available to employees of USSC member firms or dependents of an employee at a USSC member firm. Any employee or employee’s dependent is eligible to apply. In addition, once the... Read More
Less Restricting Pursuits
For a small business, the numbers can add up quickly, as Richard Gardner, owner of ComedyWorx in Raleigh, North Carolina, points out. “If [our club] loses one sale per show, that’s an $8,000 annual loss,” Gardner told a local newspaper. And for many small restaurants and retail outlets, it can mean the difference... Read More
USSC Sign World International Returns to...
Mark your calendar for December 3-5, 2015 when USSC Sign World International returns to its traditional time slot of the week after Thanksgiving. Make your plans now to visit Atlantic City, New Jersey this December to catch up on some of the event’s exciting seminars and walk the show floor. And don’t forget the... Read More
One-day SEGD Business of Design Summit Set for Feb....
Though decades apart in age, background, and experience, Henry Beer and Lauren Kelly both epitomize the forces shape-shifting the design landscape today. Beer co-founded groundbreaking design firm CommArts in 1973 and led its award-winning projects for forty years. In 2010, his company was acquired by A/E firm... Read More


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Sign regulations have been a major topic in the industry. Is your town/city affected by a strict sign code?