75-Year-Old Signshop Finds New Ownership
Two brothers and their cousin take the reins.
Miracle Signs (Wichita, KS) is changing hands after 75 years in business, the Wichita Business Journal reports.
Brothers Matt and Zach Roth, along with cousin Chris Roth, bought the full-service signshop and its 8,400-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility in December, the article says. Financial terms of the deal were not reported.
The company was founded by Drew Jackson as Miracle Decal Co. in 1947. Today it specializes in LED and custom fabricated signs. You can view Miracle Signs’ work here.
Read more at the Wichita Business Journal.
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