How Signarama Everett, WA Helped the Greater Trinity Christian Learning Academy

by Terry Lott on May 21, 2015

Signarama Everett is a fixture in our small community. We have a commitment to our town to help it grow and flourish. With that in mind, we donate a lot of time and product to the Greater Trinity Christian Learning Academy.

This is a not-for-profit, early childhood educational facility that focuses on innovative way to stimulate a child’s enthusiasm for learning. In addition to preschool, pre-K, and kindergarten classes, they also have a great before and after-school program for at-risk kids who have moved beyond those grades, from ages six to sixteen.

Greater Trinity Christian Learning Academy BannerEven before I joined the shop in 2001, my family was already contributing to the Greater Trinity Learning Academy. Continuing that relationship was a natural step in the process of further entrenching Signarama Everett into the community.

Signarama Everett works with the Greater Trinity Christian Learning Academy to ensure they have advertising to reach the families of Everett — that the families know there is a safe place for the children to attend before and after-school programs to learn and grow.

Additionally, the Greater Trinity Christian Learning Academy is in the process of remodeling and revamping the entire campus of the learning center, and have brought in Signarama Everett to assist with new signs and new graphics.

The most recent job we did for their remodeling project involved creating a new set of bow or feather flags placed along the sidewalk. The bow flags are not as popular or as widely used as other types of signs, so their uncommon design really helps the Academy stand out.

Future projects for this huge remodel include revamping their monument sign as well as adding some 3-D lettering on the side of their building.

For more information on different business signs, please visit the Signarama website. You can also find the nearest Signarama store with our online store locator.

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Terry Lott, Jr. works in the Signarama Everett (Wash.), in suburban Seattle with his father and grandfather. They're the only African-American owned store in the U.S. Terry joined the store in 2001, after earning a marketing degree, and has worked to make it an eco-friendly print shop

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