Signs.com Launches - Backed by Leading Digital Graphics Company

Signs.com has launched its new website offering customers a best-in-class experience when shopping for signage online. The company is backed by Ferrari Color, one of the nation's most respected digital graphics firms, giving individuals and small businesses access to professional-grade production.

"We're giving the individual the same level of printing and manufacturing that some of the world's largest companies receive," says Nelson James, COO of Signs.com. "We have the unique opportunity to merge 25 years of enterprise printing experience with innovative technology and internet marketing expertise. I can't think of a better combination for our customers."

Online Design Tool

Foremost among the website's features is a unique online design tool. Built from the ground up, it gives customers the power to create, save and buy custom-designed signs from the convenience of their homes or offices. Whether starting from a blank sign or choosing one of Signs.com's professionally-designed templates, users can customize size, colors and text or add images to design the perfect sign.

Personalized Design Services and Support

Although customers have full access to the new design tool, Signs.com will also offer free personalized design services to help individuals and businesses create the best sign design possible.

"Making sure our customers get exactly what they need to promote their businesses or events is our highest priority," says James. "We want our customers to be happy with the signs they receive and the experience they have with Signs.com."

Professional Production

Ferrari Color is considered to be one of the top five large-format printers in the nation. Its capabilities and experience have made it the choice of many respected organizations such as Lucky Brand Jeans, Whole Foods, and Starbucks, as well as many professional sports teams. Ferrari Color will act as Signs.com's main production facility.

"Ferrari Color has spent over two decades perfecting the manufacturing process, and researching the best materials to offer our clients," said Kirk Green, CEO of Ferrari Color. "Signs.com is now able to bring this strength to individuals looking for a higher-quality sign option."

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