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About Signtronix Sign Company
  • Founded in 1959
  • Over 50 regional offices across the United States
  • 80,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Torrance, CA
  • Over 500,000 signs built for customers in our 50 year history
  • We are 100% employee owned (an ESOP company)
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  • We work closely with many sign and business organizations
Signtronix Research for Small Business: The Tangible Benefits of Signage

Here is an excerpt from an article taken from the December 2010 issue of Signs of the Times magazine:
Villanova Marketing professor Charles R. "Ray" Taylor presented "On-premise Signs as marketing devices: Measuring the value to the business enterprise in takings cases." More specifically he presented some results of an end-users' poll in a study funded by the inimitable Kozell Boren, founder of Signtronix (Torrance, CA).


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Signtronix Fights Against Restrictive Signs Codes

Here is an excerpt from an article taken from the January 2011 issue of Signs of the Times magazine:
Kozell Boren, the founder of Signtronix (Torrance, CA), presumed the photo to be fraudulent. So he went to that exact street and took his own photo. Next, he dispatched an employee to the Los Angeles permit department to see how many of the offending signs had permits. Not surprisingly, 23 of the 27 signs were illegal.

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Signtronix Combats City's Knee-Jerk Reaction to Drastically Restrict Sign Code

Here is an excerpt from an article taken from the February 2011 issue of Signs of the Times magazine:
The yellowish tint (metaphorically calling to mind Hearst-like yellow journalism, perhaps?) and telescopic view of the 7300 block of Van Nuys Ave hit a nerve in Kozell Boren. Given his proactive orientation, Kozell dispatched personnel to the L.A. permit department. As he suspected, most of the signs (23 of the 27) were illegal.

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