Libertyville, IL, January 01, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Surely Signs is a new full-service sign shop that is owned and operated by Chicago native, Randy Rice. The inspiration behind the sign shop is accredited to Rice’s early beginnings. His mother, Shirley, was a commercial artist and sign painter for 60 years, painting under her company name of “Shirley Studios” in Peoria, IL and Pleasanton, CA. She was a noted artist who published several books and painted beautiful animals and lettering on many trucks for the circuses that would pass through town.
When the opportunity arose to start his own sign manufacturing company, Rice eagerly jumped at the chance to bring joy to several customer bases while utilizing his decades of experience of leading customer service and support organizations – most notably for companies that made the printers and plotters that produce the signs. He pays homage to his mother’s influence by choosing “Surely Signs” as the company name.
“I saw this opportunity to partner with other Sign Manufacturing Companies in a Business Owner’s Alliance as a tremendous way I could serve my community and provide first class products and service in an area I am very familiar with.” – Randy Rice, Owner & Operator
Surely Signs will offer customers the most advanced technology and materials to create high quality visual communication pieces. The shop will provide leading-edge signage solutions from custom indoor to outdoor signs, along with vehicle wraps that will be designed by a team of expert sign makers. An environmentally friendly solvent-free ink will be used on all printed materials along with a color management system to get the desired color customers are looking for.
If you’re looking to share your story by incorporating signage visit the newly created https://surelysigns.com/ for inspiration and ideas for your brand.
One of Randy’s other passions is acting. He is a 15-year member of The Kirk Players' theatre group and serves on the Board of Directors for the organization. You may also catch Randy in small parts on such shows as Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and a new show called "NeXt," set to air on FOX Network next fall.