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The team at the Instant Print Shoppe in Wallaceburg can help solve the rest of of your ‘sign’ needs.

Mark Authier, owner of the business, said he makes an assortment of different signs.

“I do golf tournament signs, those are vinyl, I just did 250 of the silk-screened signs for an educational program on Walpole Island,” he said. “My signs out front, Plexiglas signs that light up behind it…I do signs that are in stands, ‘A’ frames for on the sidewalk or up town, election signs.”

Authier added there are different options for people with varying budgets.

“I can support anybody, for anything they need as far as signs go,” he said.

Authier said there is not many items they cannot put lettering and logos on.

“We can do lettering for the side of a vehicle, the front window of a store, I’m doing some wood signs right now for a company out of Sarnia,” he said. “We can put it on pretty well anything, as long as you let it dry.”

Authier added there are thousands of different fonts they use as well, depending on the style his clients are looking for.

In terms of size, Authier said he can make signs up to 4 feet by 8 feet.

The Instant Print Shoppe will be moving into 95 Arnold Street, inside the Wallaceburg Bookbinding building, as of December 1, 2015. You can still reach them at (519) 627-6507 or send them an e-mail at ips@kent.net.


This article is sponsored content and is a part of our Keep It Local Business Spotlight feature. Contact Dana Haggith for more information – 519-784-4610 or dana@sydenhamcurrent.ca.