electric sign

electric sign

A fixed or portable self-contained, electrically illuminated appliance with words or symbols designed to convey information or attract attention.
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Looking the way he pointed Rudolf saw above the entrance to a theatre the blazing electric sign of its new play, "The Green Door."
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Yesco Electronics was a subsidiary of the Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO), a privately-owned custom sign manufacturer.
He is currently associated with YESCO (Young Electric Sign Company) which is an electric sign and lighting company.
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In 1895, the organization's New York office became one of the first buildings in the city to erect an electric sign.
Each of the sign's four side panels measures 22 feet by 48 feet, and was built by the Young Electric Sign Co.
However, the process for becoming a UL Listed Control Panel or Electric Sign shop is very practical and cost effective for many of these companies.
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