WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (WVDN) – Anthony DeLoach graduated from Greenbrier East in 1997.
He moved to Florida and became a commercial artist and has brought a branch of his Melbourne, Fla., sign company to White Sulphur Springs as Spa City Sign Shop.
Located across from Family Dollar, in the floor above Dr. Colleen Merriweather’s office, this branch of Advance Signs also is the office for Main Street Advertising and Marketing Solutions.
“We do it all, or we will happily do a part of your marketing business. Business cards, fliers, any printing and design, logo creation or vectorizing to scale it up for billboards, vinyl wrap on vehicles, a business logo can be your tinting on your window, we will even organize your advertising on other media like radio and TV,” says DeLoach.
“I had my business information on my vehicle when I came up to West Virginia to visit family, and we got interested callers all the way up the East Coast,” says DeLoach. “I can do a lot of the process over email, then I can mail them the product and they can have it installed locally.”
He also manufactures the signage components in the Melbourne location, and installation can be provided.
“If you have an existing sign structure and you just want to freshen the logo, or colors, we can make a vinyl panel to do just that,” he says.
He also offers removal of old billboard covers, reclamation of polycarbonate panels and wood restoration on tired old signs that just need a facelift.
The sign can be attached to any type of rigid surface: cinderblock, brick, glass, metal or wood. The flexible vinyl can even wrap curved surfaces. Their restoration using existing sign mounts can be a true cost savings for a business.
“Our largest installation is right here in White Sulphur Springs at Big Draft Brewing Company,” he says.
The 1,200 sq. ft. creation came from a small artist drawing and was scaled up to cover a large portion of the building outside. It is truly huge. Something one would expect to see in a metropolitan area is right here in Greenbrier County.
Walk-in customers are always welcome, but you can make preliminary contact and work up a signage or printing plan via email to start by contacting anthonyaDeLoach@gmail.com.