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The International Sign Association Adds Three New Staff Members

Two bring local and national sign company experience.




The International Sign Association (ISA; Alexandria, VA) has added three new staff members: Tabitha Bowen, Brad Turpin, Jr. and Alleeshia Williams. Their roles are intended to boost member experience, education and partner engagement, according to a press release from the association.

Tabitha Bowen will be responsible for leading and expanding many of ISA’s programs.

Bowen is formerly of All-Rite Sign Inc., a family-run sign installation company in Setger, IL. She will be responsible for leading and expanding many of ISA’s programs, including ISA Install and some of ISA International Sign Expo’s targeted programs. She also will serve as the main liaison between ISA and its affiliates.

“All-Rite Sign is in great hands, and this provided me the opportunity to step out and serve the sign, graphics and visual communications industry,” Bowen is quoted in the press release. “As a former local sign company leader myself, I have taken advantage of many ISA programs to help me personally and to grow my family’s business. I look forward to helping ISA continue to refine and expand its programs so that we can help all sign companies succeed.”

A 19-year sign industry veteran, Turpin was operations manager at Ruggles Sign (Versailles, KY), where he enjoyed collaborating to build processes and procedures as well as training and coaching employees. Turpin, ISA’s content development manager, will be responsible for developing course material for ISA’s online and other learning avenues.

“Teaching and coaching have always been my passions,” Turpin is quoted in the release. “To be able to bring that to the sign and graphics industry was an amazing opportunity that I couldn’t pass up.


Williams has experience with the National Restaurant Association and trade show company Freeman. Williams, ISA’s partner engagement coordinator, will provide dedicated support to ISA partners and sponsors at ISA International Sign Expo and throughout the year.

“I’ve worked with many industry associations, helping to connect members to the right exhibitor, supplier and manufacturer,” Williams is also quoted. “I look forward to helping to facilitate connections in this industry, so that sign companies can find the products and relationships they need to be successful.”

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