First Coast Signs, Inc.
New sign company opening in booming North Jacksonville, FL.
Check out our parent organization at Signworld.org and you'll see examples of what the other 250 plus owners have done relative to their logos and websites.
We want to be distinctive and hit the ground running with a dynamic, memorable, yet professional look and logo. The sky is the limit as to what kinds of signs we can create, everything from posters to cut vinyl banners to vehicle wraps to wide format digital prints to mural wallpaper to channel letters to monument signs . . . and everything in between
People who buy signs, lots of them, and ideally on a repetitive basis. Banks and credit unions, property managers, commercial developers, architects, hotels and resorts, restaurants, contractors, museums, zoos, aquariums, entertainment complexes, theaters, event planners, retail stores, advertising agencies, PR agencies, governments, school districts, sport facilities, country clubs, hospitals.
Helping us with this design is perfect for you as a designer. Whenever someone changes their logo, what's the first thing they need? Signs!
So we will be marketing heavily to agencies involved in logo design and re-design. Handing them our card with your logo creation and having them say "Wow! Who did that for you?" could open wonderful doors for you. Winning this particular "contest" will grant you tremendously broad exposure.
We need a logo. Professional but definitely not stodgy. Our logo should convey that we will provide a creative solution to our customers' need for signage.
We're a sign company. So people will expect bright, colorful, visual.
We've played with the tagline "Your Vision is Our Business." But show us with and without--or even just without. Not remotely committed to this tagline yet.
We'll "know it when we see it", but knock us out with your idea(s). No tagline, THAT'S OK TOO. Show us what you can create for us that's bright, clear, fresh, a "wow", a show stopper. Something that would make someone say "Yes! I want them to make my signs."