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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Quality Sign Co., a sign engineering and manufacturing company headquartered here, was selected to create signage for all of Dallas-based 7-Eleven Inc.'s new stores across the country, the vendor stated.
Quality Sign will provide exterior double-faced pylon signs and wall signage, all lit exclusively with LED technology.
Use of LED lights will provide 7-Eleven stores with significant reductions in carbon footprint, estimated energy savings between 60 and 80 percent, an average one-year return-on-investment and minimized service requirements over the life of the signs.
In addition to the environmentally friendly LED lights used in the 7-Eleven signage, the signs will feature eco-friendly, low volatile organic compound (VOC) paint, with the safest VOC levels available, according to the company.
"For the past 15 years, we have worked with 7-Eleven to produce signage that is innovative and provides consistency among its stores throughout the country," Roger Williams, CEO of Quality Sign, said in a statement. "This new phase in our relationship with 7-Eleven is a reflection of our continued dedication to bringing our customers cutting-edge technology and cost-efficient solutions."
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