i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 1 NEW!!! Digital Edition viewable on www.ISA-sign.com. The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association September 2019 Featuring a special event… In this issue… ◼ Sign Design Awards winners Announced ◼ Photos from the International Sign Expo ◼ News from International Sign Association ◼ Chicago Meet and Greet Highlights ◼ Members in the News ◼ New Members ◼ Upcoming Events: December 3, 2019 Member Meet and Greet -Parvin Clauss Signs April 1-4, 2020 International Sign Expo – Orlando FL The Illinois Sign Association was founded in 1969 to elevate and promote the standards and professionalism of the custom electric sign industry in sales, manufacturing and service. 8 W. Monroe St – Suite 707 – Chicago, IL 60603 – rsalzman@isa-sign.com – 312-881-9920 -- www.isa-sign.org

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 2 In 2004, James Owen wrote a book called Cowboy Ethics. When James was a young man, his hero’s growing up were cowboys. More than just characters on the silver screen, the cowboy represented a rugged, yet true, way of life. They live by a “code”. In James’ book, he highlights ten principles to live by: President’s Message Jason Tompkins Bendsen Signs and Graphics I recently attended a meeting where James Owen was the keynote speaker. Many, if not most of you, probably have no idea who James Owen is. In full disclosure, neither did I. James Owen spent his career in the investment field, but now speaks to groups about, well, being a better person. It sounds really simple, but I am afraid it is not as commonplace as it once was. • Live Each Day with Courage • Talk Pride in Your Work • Always Finish What You Start • Do What Has to Be Done • Be Tough, But Fair • When You Make a Promise, Keep It • Ride for the Brand • Talk Less and Say More • Remember That Some Things Aren’t For Sale • Know Where to Draw the Line As business professionals, we are faced with both victories and defeats. We are faced with success and failures. We are up and we are down; sometimes all in a five-minute time period! What these ten principles represent, for me, is a foundation to building on no matter how good or how bad it might be. I believe that our association is a part of that foundation. We must rely on each other through all that we face. We are much stronger when we are accountable to one another.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 3 President’s Message …..Continued from previous page Finally, I wanted to take a moment to honor one of our founders. Paul Corrington was the former owner of C. Bendsen Company. Eventually that company became Bendsen Signs and Graphics. Paul was also one of the founding members of the Illinois Signs Association. Paul was the very first recipient of the Mary Ely Award; the highest award that our association bestows. Without question, Paul was one of the giants in our industry. He was a real “sign man”. He loved this association, and even in retirement, followed the happenings of the Illinois Sign Association very closely. Paul passed away on August 29th at the age of 94. While many who read his newsletter may never have known Paul, many did and remember his with great fondness. Are we ready to be the cowboys and cowgirls of our industry? Are we willing to look in the mirror each day, and without saying a word, know the code that we will live by and conduct ourselves that day. For me, it is a work in progress. I rely on each of you to help make me be better. For all of us, it’s the Paul Corrington’s of the world who helped pave the before us so that we might be the best we can be. What are you going to do today to “leave it better than you found it?”

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 5 Paul Rodney Corrington ISA President 1970 Maury Ely Recipient 1979 JULY 20, 1925 – AUGUST 29, 2019 Paul R. Corrington (94) beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and great-great grandfather passed away peacefully in his home August 29, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. Paul was born to Paul A. and Genevieve (Reinbach) Corrington on July 20, 1925 in New Berlin, Illinois. He was one of four children. He married Geraldine (Jeri) B. Danford on July 12, 1943, eight days before his 18th birthday. Paul leaves a legacy of six children, Steve (Bev), of Ormond Beach, FL., John, of Firestone, CO., David (Audrey), of Normal, IL., Sherry Walker (Joe), of Firestone, CO., Toni Corrington-Rusciano (Rick), of Firestone, CO., Scott (Kalei) of Mead, CO., 21 grand children, and several great and great-great grand children. Paul was a Proud WWII Veteran, serving his country as a Navy Corpsman from September 30, 1943 to January 22, 1946. He completed his Hospital Corpsman/OR Tech training and received his certifications at the US Naval Hospital in San Diego, California. He served in the Asiatic Pacific. He would often recall being aboard ship when the Commander came over the loudspeaker and announced the Atomic Bomb had been dropped on Hiroshima. He said everyone wondered – “what’s an Atomic Bomb”! He was extremely honored and proud to serve his Country. The day after returning home to his wife and son in Decatur, IL, he began working for C. Bendsen Sign Company where had previously known and became friends with owner, Chris Bendsen. He later purchased the sign company, now known as Bendsen Signs & Graphics and served as owner/operator for 56 years. He was well known and highly respected in the national sign industry and received several honors and awards throughout his career in the industry. Everyone knew Paul as a kind honorable man; his word was his bond, making many a business deal, even million-dollar deals, with a handshake. Paul sold his company and it is still thriving to this day. Upon his retirement he and his wife Jeri, moved to Firestone, CO where several of their children reside. On the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, Paul went on the Northern Colorado Honor Flight. It truly was one of the greatest honors of his life. He bonded with many fellow Veterans and was extremely grateful for the friendship that continued through the years. Paul leaves behind not only a wonderful family legacy, but precious friends and many neighbors who have lovingly cared for him. And, of course, we can’t leave out their furry companion of many years, Rocky; who was always by his side and of great comfort to him. Paul never Dad never met a stranger. He was a man of great integrity and honor. He served his Country proudly and created a successful business for 56 years. 2019-2020 Membership Directory Coming next month in print and digital editions listing all member’s contact info and services

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 8 New Members….Welcome to the ISA Keyser Bill Keyser, CEO Kimberly Keyser Clisham, President 10200 S. Kedzie Ave | Evergreen Park, IL O: 708.876.1239 | C: 708.341.2331 | F: 708.499.4620 kim.keyser@explorekeyser.com www.explorekeyser.com Comet Neon Inc. Piotr Wolak, President 1120 N. Ridge Ave Lombard IL 60148 Office: (630)656-1085 Cell: (773)968-5623 Fax: (630)656-1088 Oliwia@cometneon.com www.cometneon.com Artisan Signs & Lighting, Inc. Ruth Pellegrini, President 16249 S.107th Avenue, Suite 10 Orland Park, IL 60467 708-841-1313 - office 708-307-7333 - cell 708-407-8618 – fax Ruth.Artisan117@gmail.com artisansignsandlighting.com Sanford and Sign Incorporated Scott Bailey, Owner 162 W Grand Avenue Elmhurst, IL 60126 O–262 – 448 -1448 M–224 - 276 –1334 Scott@SanfordSign.com www.sanfordsign.com VANTAGE LED USA Bruce Murray, Regional Sales Manager 1580 Magnolia Ave Corona, CA 92879 Cell: 323.206.2494 | 888.595.3956 ext 222 Fax 888.595.3959 bruce@vantageled.com www.vantageled.com Ideal Stitching & Wire Company Cliff Misterra, President/Owner A Division of W.R Pabich Mfg. 2323 N. Knox Avenue, Chicago, IL 60639 773-486-4141, 773-486-4812 fax cliff@wrpabich.com www.idealstitcher.com

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 9 Antlia Displays Michael George | Amy Yu 401 N Michigan Ave, Ste 1200, Chicago IL 60611 Michael.George@ antliadisplays.com O: 773 353 2223 | m: 773-998-1598 www.antliadisplays.com UFB Fabrication Inc. Steve Amrein 4679 World Parkway Circle, Berkeley, MO 63142 samrein@ufbfab.com 314-426-2162 www.ufbfab.com Members in the news…. Dunn moves to Mid-West Sign Supply Mike Dunn will be joining Midwest sign supply beginning October 1. Prior to joining Mid-west Mike was with Sloan LED for seven years. With a career in the industry, he spent 25 years with Neon Materials. Mike is excited to continue in the industry and he reports that he you’ll see him around association and industry events. PATENT FOR KEYSER INSDUSTRIES’ FLEX OUTDOOR DISPLAY SYSTEM PUBLISHED Keyser Industries, Inc., Evergreen Park, IL, is proud to report that a second patent application for their innovative FLEX display system was published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office July 4, 2019 as publication No. 2019-0208673 this second application adds to Keyser’s issued Patent No. 10,244,669. These innovative display solutions, invented by Keyser’s Experimental Engineer Nick Lee, is the world’s first technology agnostic signage solution. This weatherproof, adaptable, design allows customers to grow into digital, and more importantly, never grow out of it. The FLEXtower offers the most innovative cooling system design, allowing for the most vital components to be shielded from the elements. Endless configurations are permitted because FLEX display systems can be transformed to accommodate all technology configurations. By adding FLEXbrackets to the FLEXtower, any combination of signage is possible. A canopy system is also available. Other patent applications are pending. As always, Keyser display systems are made in the USA. For further information see https://explorekeyser.com/flex/ (l TO R) Kimberly Keyser Clisham, Bill Keyser, and Jeff Keyser Send your member news stories… All members are invited to send news, updates and changes and successes to ISA Offices for review and publishing. Editor reserves the right to edit, include or not use. Send to: rsalzman@isa-sig.com

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 10 2019 Sign Design Awards Winners Announced! The ISA Sign Design Awards Program is a signature recognition program of Illinois Sign Association staging the annual industry competition that showcases the best of the best in Illinois. The program provides recognition in nine categories for design and installation that showcase the expertise of sign companies, designers and technicians in Illinois. The Awards Presentation Dinner – Wednesday October 2, 2019 -- Eagle Ridge Resort, Galena, Illinois Category winners will be presented at the 2019 ISA Fall Conference Awards Dinner selected by the awards committee in advance. “Best of the Best”will be selected by ballot from all attendees at the fall conference. The winner will receive a $500 cash prize, which is generously being sponsored by ISA’s allied trade members! In addition, the winner will receive a special plaque and the sign will be prominently featured on the cover of the 2020 Member Directory! 2018 “Best of the Best” winner -Prairie Signs, Inc. Normal, IL “Best of the Best” Devonshire Commons ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS - SENTINEL Single sided illuminated pylon sign along expressway for technology company. Main cabinet - overall size 111”h x 288”w x 24”deep fabricated aluminum cabinet with extruded hinged back for service access, finished in satin acrylic polyurethane with ACM face panels. Channel letters – logo element is 73”h x 65”w x 6”deep face illuminated channel shape, fabricated aluminum, clear acrylic face with digitally printed film decoration applied second surface, finished in satin acrylic urethane. Letters are 21.25”h x 3”deep halo illuminated channel letters, fabricated aluminum, finished in satin acrylic urethane, mounted on 2” stand offs. Utilizing LED illumination. Pole cover – overall size 128”h x 120”w fabricated aluminum finished in satin acrylic polyurethane. Feature panel routed plate aluminum with ‘hole pattern’ with aluminum angle frame finished in satin acrylic polyurethane with LED cascade lighting originating along top. 2nd Place - Bendsen Signs & Graphics, Inc Busey Bank - 115 Neil Street Executive Center 3rd Place Tie - Chicago Sign & Light Company Arrowhead Golf Club Wheaton Park District 3rd Place Tie - All-Rights Sign, Inc. St. Lawrence O'Toole

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 11 NON-ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE—INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! • VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS - MEYER EYE CARE Non illuminated projecting wall sign for eyecare office located in historic district. Overall size is 129”h x 48”w x 12”deep. Fabricated aluminum cabinet finished in satin acrylic polyurethane and decorated with high performance vinyls utilizing classic colors and fonts. Mounted to building with structural support/plates. 2nd Place Tie - Van Bruggen Signs Ted's Greenhouse 2nd Place Tie - Van Bruggen Signs The Hive 3rd Place - J & S Electric and Sign, Inc. Jennings Terrace

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 12 EXPOSED NEON - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! DESIGN AND SIGNS BY ANDERSON - - - A & B GARAGE - - - DIGITAL GRAPHICS - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! DESIGN AND SIGNS BY ANDERSON - - - DEPUE MECHANICAL - - - Aluminum, neon, vinyl Vinyl 2019 SIGN DESIGN AWARDS COMMITTEE IN ACTION COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Mike Dunn, Chair is joined by Paul Tylman, Don Puhl, Don Harkins, and Jim Murphy on Wednesday August 28, 2019 hosted by The Alphabet Shop in Elgin Illinois. Through a deliberate and fair judgement, the members vote individually before a group tally determines the winners. 12 sign companies submitted a total of 39 entries in this years competition.

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 14 COMMERCIAL SIGNAGE - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! - DELTA GRAPHICS, INC - ILLINOIS TRUCKING ASSOCIATION’S BOXING NIGHT EVENT 2nd Place - Prairie Signs, Inc. Illinois Wesleyan University 3rd Place - Van Bruggen Signs Purrfurred Pet Styling Custom design of chevron banners and floor graphics. Banners printed on 1202 HD matte banner material. Floor graphics printed on GF212, laminated with GF109, contour cut. 1ST PLACE WINNER ! VEHICLE GRAPHICS VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS - REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICES 1929 Mack AK antique dump truck lettered to pay homage to original trucks used in waste company’s early years. All hand lettered with custom mixed color of one-shot enamels – body sideboards, grill guard plate, sign plate over cab, apron above running boards and body rear. Hand painted pinstriping in cherry red. Photo of owner’s original truck. 2nd Place - Prairie Signs, Inc. Lil Beaver Brewery 3rd Place - Prairie Signs Three Kings Heating & Cooling

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 15 ILLUMINATED AND NON-ILLUMINATED LETTERS AND GRAPHICS (EXTERIOR & INTERIOR) 1ST PLACE WINNER BENDSEN SIGNS & GRAPHICS, INC. - ELEMENT - 520 NEAL ST. 20”H internally illuminated channel letters. Returns on the letters are perforated alum with 40% open area. Faces have high resolution digital prints with laminate to imitate the wood slats on the building. Letters are projected 2” from background unit so they halo with white LED light through the backs and also throughout the perforated alum returns. RESTORED OR REHABILITATED EXISTING SIGN - 1ST PLACE WINNER ! • PARVIN-CLAUSS SIGN COMPANY - SWAP-O-RAMA Worked directly with Swap-O-Rama to design a sign that would work for the business as an advertising tool and rehab an old tire an ineffective sign. Collaborated with Watchfire to debate and convince permitting from Village Hall to be allowed along highway. 2nd Place - Van Bruggen Signs Zemsky's 3rd Place - C. Johnson Sign Company Valley View School

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 16 1ST PLACE WINNER - HUMOROUS SIGN - DELTA GRAPHICS, INC. - IIK TRANSPORT Custom Face Cutout Photo Display standing 83” x 129” 2nd Place - C. Johnson Sign Company

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 17 Chicago Regional Meet and Greet - Tuesday June 25, 2019 About the Regional Meet and Greets… This new program offering has been created as part of the ISA Board’s Strategic Plan. The Meet and Greet program offers members and potential members an opportunity to enjoy special benefits including: ◼ Meet and connect with fellow sign company professionals… ◼ Updates on special issues in the sign industry including Chicago Mayor Lightfoot’s actions to support small business with permit processing improvements and reduced delays… ◼ Hosted facility plant tour… ◼ Learn more about the Illinois Sign Association and International Sign Association’s benefits, training and events to help you in the sign business… ◼ A light lunch was served… Event hosted by : Event sponsored by : Underwriting sponsors, Dan Brown, Altec and Greg Gregor, Eastern Metal Supply greeted guests as sponsors who underwrote the luncheon. Weitz Signs also sponsored the event. Alex Perry, Owner of Right Way Signs updates attendees on the latest with the Chicago Sign Permitting Initiative.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 18 News from International Sign Association Statement on Thomas v. Bright Ruling A significant federal court case has been decided that could change the way that signs, graphics and visual communications are regulated. In Thomas v. Bright, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed that the government cannot distinguish between on-premise and off-premise signage because it is an unconstitutional content-based distinction. At this point, the Thomas decision applies only to laws that prohibit offpremise signs with non-commercial speech in the Sixth Circuit's jurisdiction: Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio. It remains to be seen whether Tennessee will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Learn more at signs.org/thomas. ISA Builds Partnership with The Wrap Institute Building on the successful ISA Wrap Experience, ongoing programs will provide further expertise and advocacy for wrap professionals. One of the largest-scale initiatives will be a series of educational events and hands-on training at ISA International Sign Expo 2020, held April 1-4 in Orlando. ISA International Sign Expo 2020 is just one element of a multi-pronged relationship between ISA, The Wrap Institute and Justin Pate, widely regarded as the foremost authority on vehicle wraps. In addition to the tradeshow, the agreement will allow the two organizations to work together on education events. Justin Pate and ISA’s Craig Campbell discuss the partnership in a video posted at signs.org/wrapfurther. Click on, check in and LIKE! www.isa-sign.com ISA Facebook page Promotional video : This is the ISA!

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 19 Don't Miss Out on Sign MFG Day! [October 4] Each year in October, companies in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry host facility tours to encourage students to explore exciting and diverse career opportunities within the industry. Sign Manufacturing Day makes a difference! Visiting students are even more interested and engaged in industry careers after a facility tour. In 2018, 86 percent of touring students said they would consider a career in manufacturing or sign manufacturing after the tour. Whereas before the event, only 36 percent said they had considered a career in manufacturing. What's in it for you? Recruit your future workers, develop internship and co-op programs and build relationships with your community and technical schools. Learn more at signs.org/mfgday. Illuminated Sign Conspicuity – What Factors Make a Sign Noticeable and Legible? A sign in isolation may meet all the criteria for visibility, legibility, and readability. However, when that sign is placed in the urban environment, where it competes with other signs, it can become essentially invisible. Read more in the Sign Research Foundation's report on Illuminated Sign Conspicuity at signresearch.org/illuminated.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 20 Join an ISA Committee in 2020! ISA leadership will appoint committee members for the 2020 program year later this fall. Listed below are the current committees of the ISA. All members will be invited to participate. Look at their job descriptions. Most committees meet via conference call or huddle up at the annual meeting or Regional Meet and Greets. If you are interested. Reach out to a member of the board or Executive Director Russ Salzman with your interest. You will be notified of your appointment. Committees of the ISA have the responsibility to execute actions, tactics, and strategies in support of the organization’s values, vision and mission. Committee goals and appointments are assigned at the beginning of each year. Committee chairs will make periodic updates to the president officers and board. Task Forces are periodically appointed to address specific projects or initiatives which disband once completed. Work Groups may be appointed to oversee or direct a specific tactic or action plan. AUCTION COMMITTEE The auction committee is responsible for fundraising primarily focused on our scholarship activities and association operations during the fall conference. MAURY ELY COMMITTEE The Maury Ely committee is responsible for the promotion and review of nominations for the award and the ultimate selection of the award honoree. If a candidate is selected its will be awarded during the Fall Conference and Trade Expo. MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE The membership development committee’s role is to identify programs, activities, and services that will enhance membership for sign companies and the allied trade members. The committee will develop a list of key challenges and needs in the industry providing guidance for educational sessions, regional events and media content. In addition, this committee has the responsibility to foster an environment with tactics for membership recruitment and growth. CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE The conference program committee is responsible for the overall vision and staging of conferences and expositions. Duties include the identification and selection of speakers, sessions, panels and other activities which may include a trade expo, Designer’s Symposium, golf outing, awards banquet, and other social and networking experiences. SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE The scholarship committee is responsible for the standards, promotion, management, and selection of candidates. The preliminary budget is $2000 of scholarships to be awarded. SIGN DESIGN COMMITTEE The sign design committee is responsible for the annual design contest which includes the promotion and evaluation of award winners in categories for recognizing excellence in the sign industry. The committee meets once in person 4-6 weeks prior to the fall conference to review all the submittals and determines the category 1st and 2nd place winners. “The Best of the Best” award will be chosen from the winners by ballot of conference participants during the fall meeting. CHICAGO SIGN CODE TASK FORCE The goal of this exciting initiative is to bring a sweeping overhaul of the Chicago sign ordinance. The goal is to elevate this change as an important campaign matter for the spring mayoral elections. Working with a Small Business Advisory Council and the International Sign Association, ISA representatives will be responsible for promoting, surveying, and representing the Illinois sign industry and serve on the coalition with SBAC and local chambers. WEBSITE / SOCIAL MEDIA WORK GROUP This assignment is responsible for the monitoring and upgrading of our website and Facebook page as well as other social media applications and overall digital efficiencies for the organization.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 21 International Sign Association SIGN EXPO – Las Vegas April 22-25, 2019 ISA President Jason Tompkins with International HQ CEO Lori Anderson Dan Brown and ISA Director Zac Martin ISA Executive Director Russ Salzman meets Past International President Harry Niece and Todd Niece, from Mid-West Sign Supply

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 22 Inga Bizauskiene, Delta Graphics Tom Denton, Tubelite Bruce, Bryan and Darrel Wilkerson Wilkie Mfg. Henry Van de Werken, Keiffer / Starlight and ISA Board Member with Branden Bender and James Baker, Electro-Matic

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 23 Mark Your Calendars NOW!! International Sign Association 2020 SIGN EXPO – Orlando April 1-4, 2020 https://www.signexpo.org/ https://signresearch.org/ www.signs.org New ISA Promotional Video… Click here>>> This is the ISA! http://www.isa-sign.com

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 24 Images…The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association published for the informational and educational use of its members. 2019 ISA OFFICERS President Bendsen Signs & Graphics www.bendsensigns.com Vice President C. Johnson Sign Company www.cjohnsonsignco.com Secretary/Treasurer Prairie Signs, Inc. www.prairiesigns.com Past President Designs and Signs by Anderson www.andersoncg.net JASON TOMPKINS 217- 877-2345 jt@bsg1946.com JOHN C. JOHNSON 847-678-2092 john@cjohnsonsignco.com ANDREW CARBY 309-452-0463 acarby@prairiesigns.com GENE ANDERSON 815-434-7340 gene@signsbyanderson.com 2019 ISA DIRECTORS TABITHA BOWEN 708-754-6366 TBowen@allrightsign.com BARRY COX 815-625-1155 turnrothsignbcox@yahoo.com KEVIN LASKA 847-816-7020 kevinl@northshoresigns.com ZAC MARTIN 508-745-3341 zachery.martin@altec.com JIM MURPHY 773-588-0523 708-448-0826 sam@vbsign.com HENRY VAN DE WERKEN 630-864-7491 hvandewerken@keifferstarlite.com MIKE WEITZ 800-383-1300 mike@weitzsign.com Executive Director RUSS SALZMAN Illinois Sign Association 312-881-9920 rsalzman@isa-sign.com 8 W. Monroe Street Unit 707 Chicago, IL 60603 www.isa-sign.com 1041 Vandustrial Drive Westmont, IL 60559 P: 630.963.1673 PROUD TO BE A STATE AFFILIATE OF THE… The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association September 2019 All-Right Signs www.allrightsigns.com Turnroth Sign Company, Inc. www.turnrothsign.com North Shore Sign www.northshoresigns.com Altec Industries, Inc. www.altec.com Mid-West Sign Supply www.midwestsignsupplyco.com jmurphy@midwestsignsupplyco.com SAM VAN BRUGGEN Van Bruggen Signs, Inc. www.vbsign.com Keiffer Starlite www.kssigngroup.com Printed by ISA Member Weitz Sign Company www.weitzsign.com

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