Delaware SPCA Gets New Signage Donated

by Signarama on December 1, 2016

Signarama of Georgetown Delaware has donated and installed more than $4200 worth of custom exterior and interior signage for the Delaware SPCA, Georgetown shelter. Large outdoor signage has enabled visitors to locate the shelter, and interior signage has enhanced the lobby and waiting room area with updated logo and new animal adoption room signage.

Signarama owners Gwen Osborne and Katie Handy made a decision to provide the much needed signage after a thorough visit to the shelter. Katie and Gwen became aware of the shelter’s condition and physical needs. “We just had to help them, It is obvious they need help from the community to provide for these animals”, says Gwen Osborne.

spca

This post was written by...

– who has written 53 posts on Signarama Blog.

Signarama, the world’s largest sign franchise, is part of a successful system of business-to-business franchises under United Franchise Group. Our award-winning network of sign centers is approaching 900 locations in 50 countries – truly making us “where the world goes for signs.” For more than 25 years we have been serving communities with quality products and customer service. Now that we have grown to become the world leader in signage, we still work hard to maintain the localized support and individual attention that made us who we are today.

Contact the author

Previous post:

Next post: