A Sign Business Expands

Since opening their doors to the Athens community in 2007 as the newest entrepreneurial venture in the Sign Biz Network, The Sign Brothers (Michael & Justin Seibert) have developed a successful and growing business.  In fact, their growth even outpaced their vision, and they ran out of room!  As a result, they have recently moved into a new, larger location at 3708 Atlanta Highway, in front of the Georgia Square Mall.

The new building expands their operation from 1,500 square feet to over 5,000 square feet, which provides the necessary room to keep up with growing product demand and allows production facilities for new services to add to their already broad offerings. "We can make a wide range of signs and graphics. Storefront signs (electric & non-electric), promotional signs and graphics, and vehicle graphics have been some of our most popular offerings," says co-owner Michael Seibert. "Our larger space gives us the room to add a CNC Router into the mix, which gives us the ability to get a lot more creative with the type of signs we can design and produce, including in-house manufacturing of ADA signage."

The Sign Brothers are excited for the future and eager to continue offering the same service that has brought them success over the past five years. "Michael and Justin have been consummate professionals, and find time to give back to their communities and the Sign Biz family," says Teresa M. Young, president of Sign Biz, Inc., and founder of the worldwide Sign Biz Network of independently-owned digital sign & graphics businesses. "While getting married, having babies, and building a business, they manage to help at our annual conventions, and share their secrets to success, taking on the role of Advisory Board members as well."

The Sign Brothers look to continue their growth in the Athens area and to expand their services into other markets in Northeast Georgia, as well. They also plan on continuing to extend their family environment to their customers. "We both were raised to treat people fairly, with honesty, quality, and friendliness, [and that's] at the root of the customer experience at The Sign Brothers," says Seibert.



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