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SD Airport Hires CNP for Directional Signs

San Diego Airport knows how to direct traffic.  It makes sense, therefore, that they should hire CNP Signs & Graphics, experts at directional and wayfinding systems, to produce and install electronic message boards for the terminal loop.  Drivers will have an easy time knowing where to go with these easy-to-read displays which are due to be installed in October.

The San Diego Airport continues to expand and improve their facilities, adding not only modern messaging centers to direct traffic, but also additional terminals and parking opportunities for the users of this, the 27th largest airport in the country.  CNP has been chosen to complete other work for the SD Airport in the past as well as extensive work on directional signage for the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

News Alert – Signs Still Work

Turns out signs on buildings are still attracting the attention of potential customers.  With so many sexy online ways to promote your business, the stout monument sign, the tried and true channel letters and the always reliable building signs have gotten scant attention in the past few years. 

But not because those avenues for business promotion are not working, says USA Today in a recent article.  “Besides being pretty cheap,” says writer Rhonda Abrams, “they’re persistent.”  So many ads on TV or the web appear burn brightly on your computer screen for a few moments, and then they are gone.  Facebook posts, writes Abrams, get pushed down within an hour. 

But signs stick around – especially if they are from CNP Signs & Graphics.  Once they are installed, they don’t need to be fiddled with or constantly updated like so many social media tools.  A sign, once designed and installed, often doesn’t need to be modified or adjusted for years.  And if you’ve got long-lasting LED lights, you probably won’t have to change the lights for the rest of the decade.

In and Out Burger in Dallas

Hungry burger lovers in the Dallas area flocked to their first-in-the-state In and Out Burger franchises earlier this month.  News agencies around the world picked up on this story, from the Huffington Post and USA Today to Le Monde in France (no doubt they had something nice to say about the famous American hamburger).

More exciting than the lines and the grand openings, though – the signs.  Built by CNP Signs and Graphics, the molded plastic monument signs, directionals and building accent were a beacon to the thousands of In and Out well-wishers and devotees.

CNP has partnered with In and Out to do their signage as they expand into the Dallas market.