Sign-A-Rama Downtown of Louisville Donates Signage to 45 Non-Profit Groups

Louisville, KY, July 16, 2009 --( Sign-A-Rama Downtown of Louisville, KY has announced it will give away or discount nearly $20,000 worth of signage. Forty-five non-profit organizations were chosen to receive the grants as part of Sign-A-Rama Downtown’s third annual Signs of Support program. The recipients were treated to a celebration lunch on April 16 at the company’s store, 909 E. Market Street in a historic section of the city.

Owners Brian and Maggie Harlow created Signs of Support in 2007 as a means of showing support for local civic and charitable organizations. Recipients are among those who have the highest impact on the Louisville community and its culture. Through the charitable program, Sign-A-Rama Downtown donates signage, graphics, displays and marketing products at partial or no cost. Applications were received from 114 non-profit organizations this year.

“The Louisville community is full of good people who are doing wonderful work,” said Maggie Harlow. “We have discovered over the years that there are many great organizations in Louisville worthy of support.”

Recipients included the local affiliates of the American Cancer Society; Big Brothers, Big Sisters; Boys & Girls Club and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. For a complete list of the 2009 Signs of Support recipients, visit

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Tracy Keller