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2013 USSC Design Contest Winners

Association’s competition to appear in its 2014 calendar

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The United States Sign Council (USSC) has staged its annual Design Awards competition. Judges John Maxman, proprietor of JHM Signs (Alpha, NJ), and Adam Yorston, principal of Yorston and Assoc. (Hellertown, PA), a sign-industry manufacturers representative and consultant, served as its judges.
Here’s the complete list of winners, with a subsequent gallery of select victors.

Best of Show
First Place, Illuminated Freestanding Sign
Golden West Adv. (Boise, ID)
Mark Bachman, Designer
Metro Express Car Wash

First Place, Non-Illuminated Freestanding Sign
Stoner Graphics (Hummelstown, PA)
Kurt Stoner, Designer
Turkey Hill Tower

First Place, Illuminated Monument Sign
Creative Sign Designs (Tampa)
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise – Turkey Lake

First Place, Non-Illuminated Monument Sign
Nancy Kaiser, Designer
Danthonia Design (Inverell, NSW, Australia)
Mary Valley Country

First Place, Illuminated Building Sign
Gable Signs (Baltimore)
Curtis Arbaugh, Designer
M.C. Dean

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First Place, Non-Illuminated Building Sign
Great American Signs (Basking Ridge, NJ)
Gary Johnson, Designer
Ridge Marketing

First Place, Mounted or Freestanding Carved/Dimensional Sign
House of Signs (Frisco, CO)
Roger Cox, Designer
Stagecoach Inn

First Place, Building-Mounted Carved/Dimensional Sign
House of Signs (Frisco, CO)
Roger Cox, Designer
Cabin Fever

First Place, Electronic Message Center
Stoner Graphix
(Hummelstown, PA)
Kurt Stoner, Designer
Big Woody’s

First Place, Vehicle Graphics
Stoner Graphix
(Hummelstown, PA)
Kurt Stoner, Designer
Wolfpak Transportation

First Place, Banners/Murals/Supergraphics
Severn Graphics Inc. (Glen Burnie, MD)
Jeff Spearhawk, Designer
MGH Adv./Old Bay Garage

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First Place, Sign Systems
Golden West Adv. (Boise, ID)
Mark Bachman, Designer
Rocket Express Car Wash

First Place, Multimedia
Sign Solutions LLC (Frederick, MD)
Michael Brown and Tim Ward, Designers
1861 Saloon
 

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