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Burgeoning Signshop Makes First Acquisition

The 17-year-old business is expanding its services through the purchase of a digital printing company.

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The Sign Shop of Sheboygan (Sheboygan, WI) is buying local for its first acquisition.

The 17-year-old business has purchased Great Lakes Blueprinters (GLBP; Sheboygan, WI), a nearby digital printing company.

The Sign Shop of Sheboygan made the announcement on LinkedIn, saying the acquisition gives clients access to more services under one roof. The plan is for GLBP to be up and running inside The Sign Shop as early as Sept. 6.

Ross DeRosier, the co-owner of GLBP who’s also serving as its acting operations director, is “partnering” with the Sign Shop on the deal, according to the announcement.

The Sign Shop of Sheboygan was founded in 2005 by Bill and Judi Greinke. In 2016, the Greinkes sold the business to Sam Clark. That same year, the shop moved into a bigger facility.

The shop currently employs eight people. You can read more about its growth at getsigns.biz/about.

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