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ISA Organizes 2021 Sign Manufacturing Day to Raise Up Tomorrow’s Sign Pros

Organization to provide resources for participating companies.

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Finding qualified workers is one of the biggest challenges facing the sign and graphics industry, an issue we’ve covered regularly here at Signs of the Times.

The International Sign Association’s (ISA; Alexandria, VA) answer to that challenge is its annual Sign Manufacturing Day, during which sign companies host facility tours to encourage students to explore career opportunities within the industry. In 2019, a total of 87 companies participated.

The 2021 Sign Manufacturing Day is scheduled for Oct. 1 and free to participate in for ISA and affiliated association members. ISA will provide participating companies with a toolkit and other resources to help plan and host a successful event.

To learn more and register, visit signs.org/mfgday. Questions regarding the 2021 Sign Manufacturing Day can be directed to Allie Kunc at workforce@signs.org.

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