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Author: Milly Welsh

Our Family Business is Growing!

Sebago Signworks Welcomes 3rd Generation – Meghan Fahie Sebago Signworks is very excited to announce our latest team member – Meghan Fahie. Her last name may sound familiar – her dad is SSW owner Devin Fahie. Meghan represents the 3rd generation of our family business, which was established by her grandparents over 25 years ago. Meghan joins us as the Operations Manager. She will handle the day-to-day operations of the business, managing the office, project schedule, and customer service needs. This role will help ease the responsibilities of her dad, Devin, considerably, as he’s tried to manage both the business,…

Vehicle Advertising: WOW!! Check Out the Latest Statistics

Vehicle Advertising - Whether you’re driving a compact car, a big truck with a trailer, or a van – if you utilize vehicle advertising you have a major presence when you’re driving down the road. If you own a business and you don’t have your vehicles visually representing your business – you are missing out on a HUGE marketing opportunity! We refer to vehicle advertising – getting your vehicle wrapped or branded using decals and lettering – as a moving billboard for your business. Think about it. You drive by hundreds, if not more, cars and trucks on the road…

Vehicle Wraps & Lettering Decals: What’s The Difference?

There’s no question that we are inundated with advertisements all day, every day. As a matter of fact, it’s estimated that the average person in the U.S. is exposed to between 6,000 and 10,000 ads every day. WOW! Do you remember the last 10 ads you saw? So what’s a business to do to get noticed these days?! Regardless of the staggering number of business competing for consumer attention, a business still needs to do something to market and advertise their products and services. What can you do to make an impression so you aren’t lost in the crowd? One…

5 Holiday Sign Tips

Holiday Sign Tips - With more people out shopping and running errands during the Christmas season, make sure they are noticing your business. For many retailers, the holidays represent an average of 20 – 40% of annual sales. Even if you aren’t a retail store, you can take advantage of the extra traffic around your business by advertising with good signage. The key to good Christmas signs is that they stand out with a design that is original, clever, and eye-catching. Focus on color, creativity, and be sure to get your brand message front and center. Working with an experienced…

Get Your Exterior Signs Ready for Winter

Harsh Maine winter can really take its toll on outdoor items like business signs. There are several steps you can take to protect outdoor signage from harsh weather. Even if most exterior signs are made with durable, weather resistant materials, winter brings on a lot of threats to your signage. Cold weather is harsh, add to that the freeze-thaw cycles and ice buildup, and your outdoor signs can really take a beating over the course of a winter season. To help protect your outdoor signage, we have come up with some tips on how to prepare for winter: Consider Location Signs in open…

Vehicle Wraps – What to Know Before You Get Wrapped

Vehicle advertising is a highly cost effective way to advertise your business 24/7! Vehicle Wraps - With the advancements in sign materials and options, vehicle wraps have become a very popular way to promote a business. Using your car or truck to advertise your business or organization markets your brand and message every day, all day, no matter where you are.   What is Vehicle Wrapping? Vehicle wrapping is when you fully or partially cover your vehicle in a special vinyl film. It’s a quick way to change the look of your car without having to pay for a full…

We’re Expanding! Second Sebago Signworks Location Open in Windham

We're so excited to be expanding Sebago Signworks to a second location in Windham, Maine! Opening this second shop really takes us back to our roots, as our original shop was in Raymond. Owner, Devin Fahie, is looking forward to being able to better service this community, and have expanded space for larger projects and vehicle lettering and wraps. Back to Our Roots - Our Original Shop was in Raymond The Sebago Signworks family business was started originally by Devin’s parents, and called Signs in Seconds. Devin joined his parents at the original shop when he moved to Maine, and…

On Our 25th Anniversary, Sebago Signworks Has a Lot to Celebrate

To reach a milestone like the 25th anniversary in business gives us not only a lot to celebrate, but a lot to be thankful for. We’re very grateful for the local businesses that gave us our start, the large corporations who enabled us to advance our sign-making technology and our longtime customers who continue to come to us for signage and branding needs. As owner, Devin Fahie, grew up in the family business alongside his parents, his own children grew up in the Sebago Signworks shop from the time they were babies. These memories make SSW far more than just…

For the Love of (Antique) Trucks

We aren’t sign people who letter trucks, we are truck people who happen to have a business that does antique truck lettering. Devin's "Truck Garden" At Sebago Signworks, when we say family business, we might be talking about our passion (ok, slight obsession) with antique trucks. Particularly, FORD antique trucks. Sebago owner, Devin Fahie, his wife Renee, and their two sons, Zack and Jax, share the hobby of collecting, restoring and driving antique trucks. As a family, their favorite pastime brings them together while they put on a lot of miles in search of their latest acquisition, and attending truck…

5 Reasons to Use Vehicle Advertising for Your Fleet Vehicles

Vehicle graphics have gone way beyond the old days of sticking on basic lettering of your company name, phone number, and showing DOT numbers. Please, no more “How’s my driving?” on the back of a company truck. Today, the options for vehicle graphics allow us to use your fleet vehicles to get really creative with brand marketing. Vehicle graphics offer so many opportunities to advertise your company and inform consumers about your brand like never before. If you haven’t wrapped your fleet yet – it’s time to embrace this huge advertising opportunity! Here are the top 5 reasons to use…