Connect with us

News

Signshop Wins $450,000 Contract for Stadium Project

The stadium’s name change proves a big score for the 99-year-old business.

mm

Published

on

Charles Schwab Field. Skinzfan23/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Omaha Neon Sign Co. (Omaha, NE) was tapped to create six new signs for Charles Schwab Field, the baseball stadium formerly known as TD Ameritrade Park which has been the longtime host site of the NCAA College World Series, The Daily Nonpareil reports.

The signshop will be paid $450,000 for the project, which was approved by the nonprofit organization that operates the stadium, the article says. The organization will foot the initial cost and then be reimbursed by Charles Schwab, which obtained the stadium naming rights when it acquired TD Ameritrade in October 2020.

Officials expect to have the signage fully installed in a matter of days. The College World Series is set to begin on June 17.

Omaha Neon was founded in 1923 and purchased by Samuel J. Marchese in 1966. The full-service shop has almost 100 employees.

Read more at The Daily Nonpareil.

Advertisement

Signs of the Times has been the world leader in sign information since 1906. Contact Signs of the Times' editors at [email protected].

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

SureColor R5070 and R5070L | Consistent, High-Quality Signage Printing

Achieve consistent, repeatable color for high-quality signage, including banners, adhesive vinyl, wallpaper and more, with the robust, reliable SureColor R5070 and R5070L 64-inch roll-to-roll resin signage printers. Learn more.

Promoted Headlines

Most Popular