Signs By Tomorrow - 4/18/2006
Emerging Technologies and Advertising Expertise Propell Signs By
Tomorrow To New Frontiers On Company's 20th Anniversary
When Joe McGuinness opened the first Signs By Tomorrow in 1986, the computing revolution was in its infancy.
Now, after 20 years at the forefront of state-of-the-art visual communications, Signs By Tomorrow is riding the
wave of digital technology, producing the high-impact advertising demanded by today’s companies in order to
reach consumers who no longer respond to more traditional promotions.
Signs By Tomorrow stores are considered quasi-advertising agencies staffed by professional design consultants
servicing customers from small-business owners to corporate clientele. The company can handle any design
challenge, from innovative technologies such as car wraps, which allow any vehicle to become a bumper-to-
bumper advertising machine, to digital vinyl cutting and thermal resin printing.
To date there are 176 Signs By Tomorrow locations in 34 states. Identifying that printing technology will only
become more advanced and less expensive in the future, McGuiness is positioning the company for tremendous
growth. Plans call for 300 new stores over the next five years.