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Egan Sign Moves to Larger Facility

National sign company relocates within Pennsylvania

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Egan Sign (Wyomissing, PA), a national sign-management and corporate-rebranding company, has moved from its Willow Street headquarters in Reading to new, larger facilities at 1100 Berkshire Blvd., Wyomissing, and hired more people.
The expansion is being spearheaded by the company’s newly announced president, John Dever, who spent 16 years leading the team at Bills Khakis and overseeing that company’s operations, finances and marketing strategy.
Other new hires include Doug Stine, marketing manager; and Art Orozco, graphics manager. Pat Langiotti, president of Creative Management Concepts, has been retained to work on an adjunct basis to assist the company in managing its growth.

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First row (L to R): Denise Rowe, accounting manager/office manager; Bob Egan, chairman and CEO; John Dever, president
Back row (L to R): Allison Snyder, project coordinator; Stacy Helms, project coordinator; Doug Stine, marketing manager; Zach Nagle, project manager; Jennifer Ranck, project coordinator.

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