Colortec opens doors to students as part of Sign Manufacturing Day
Colortec Creative Print Solutions will participate in Sign Manufacturing Day, designed to showcase careers in the sign and visual communications industry. The event is sponsored by the International Sign Association and the National Association of Manufacturers.
On October 2, Colortec Creative Print Solutions will host tours for high school, community college and technical school students. Students will learn more about the industry’s wide range of careers, from artists to electricians, from sales professionals to installers. In all, more than 200,000 professionals work in the industry, which is dedicated to helping businesses and communities grow.
A family-run business, Colortec Creative Print Solutions has more than two decades of experience. The dedicated staff guides customers through every step of their projects, from critical single prototype presentations to comprehensive ongoing P.O.P. display campaigns.
“Our industry offers vibrant career possibilities, from creative to business to hands-on production, said Carlene Fetterly, Sales Manager. “We want to introduce ourselves and our industry to students who may be thinking about how they can translate their current studies into exciting careers. We hope many of them will end the day envisioning the possibilities of joining the sign and visual communications industry after they graduate.”
Media interested in covering Manufacturing Day should contact Carlene Fetterly, Sales Manager, email@example.com , 778-889-2049 by Oct. 1.
The International Sign Association (ISA) represents manufacturers, suppliers, and users of on-premise signs and sign products from the United States and 60 countries around the world. ISA and its Affiliated Associations work to support, promote, and improve the worldwide sign and visual communications industry. ISA and its Affiliated Associations work to support, promote, and improve the worldwide sign and visual communications industry, which employs more than 200,000 American workers and has an economic impact of $37.5 billion.