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PSCO Launches New Parent Brand

The change to PSCO Sign Group is intended to simplify customer experience.




Philadelphia Sign Company (PSCO, Palmyra, NJ), has announced the launch of its new parent company brand, PSCO Sign Group. The move comes after the company’s recent growth and national footprint expansion — according to a press release from the company. 

The company recently added ID Associates Inc. (Dothan, AL) in the Southeast, formed PSCO Kieffer (Sheboygan, WI) in the Midwest and entered a strategic global branding alliance through The International Sign Alliance (TISA; Palmyra, NJ).

“We are excited to launch our new brand, PSCO Sign Group, to better align our company with our customers and our mission to make signage and branding easy for them,” Bob Mehmet, president and CEO of PSCO, is quoted in the release. “This new brand reflects our commitment to providing our customers with the best possible service, no matter where they are located.”




The new brand will be rolled out across all of PSCO Sign Group’s companies, with a single website, social media channels and marketing materials. This consolidation will make it easier for customers to find needed information and connect with the company. The company is also integrating aspects of its operations to serve its customers better. 

“We believe that the launch of PSCO Sign Group is a major milestone in our company’s history,” Mehmet is further quoted in the release. “This new brand will help us to better connect with our customers and to continue to grow our business.”

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