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Signs That Good Neighbours Make Good Neighbourhoods And Can Create An Artistic Community

Posted by Lisa on 10/6/2011


Creating A Design Community

When Karl & Amy of Cutegecko Inc. first arrived in Kitchener Waterloo, we were ecstatic to find another company that is just as artistic and detail oriented as we are here at The Sign Depot. Waterloo Region is full of excellent design talent and we are so happy that creative people and companies are calling this community home.  Over the past few years we have colaberated on projects with Cutegecko and became “almost” neighbours as they moved into their office further down on Charles St. in The Tannery Building.  We love working with designers in all industries whether it be graphic design, web design, building design or interior design.  Anyone who appreciates good design is alright in our books.  We are always happy to help designers create custom artistic signs for their clients, and in the case of Cutegecko Inc we have created items for their own company’s use.  Reception signs and vinyl car graphics are just a few ways we help designers turn their creations into branding tools and business advertising elements.  Great design and professional sign makers can give companies a big advantage over their competition when it comes to visibility and recognition.  They are just a few ways to be top of mind to potential customers.  Cutegecko knew that and that is why they came to use to create a dimensional reception sign featuring their logo.

As Seen On TV

One year after moving into their office Karl and Amy became local stars by appearing in a televison commercial and talking about their business, their backgrounds and their life together.  The add really captures what they are all about, but there was one stand out moment for us here at The Sign Depot

Imagine our surprise when the custom logo sign we constructed from their design made an appearance at the 34 second mark! It was a thrill to see their multi-material Cutegecko reception sign on the television screen and being shared across the web. 

But that’s what Good Neighbours do! They look out for one another.


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