After being selected to showcase their signs as part of ‘Made in America’ week, Gordon Sign continues to receive recognition from the White House!
On the heels of representing the State of Colorado at the White House last week, our client, Gordon Sign, received a visit from United States Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta, who toured the country’s oldest sign company as a continuation of the White House ‘Made in America’ celebration.
(Gordon Sign White House blog: https://brandiron.net/gordon-sign-represents-colorado-white-house-made-america-product-showcase-event/ )
The timing could not have been more perfect, either. Secretary Acosta was headed to Colorado as part of his tour of American manufacturers to discuss how the Trump Administration can support domestic manufacturing in Colorado and the nation as a whole. Major discussion topics included strategizing how US manufacturing can become more competitive as well as developing a more extensive training program to educate employees.
After sitting down with Gordon Sign to discuss how it can support manufacturing in Colorado, Secretary Acosta toured their 25,000 sq ft. main production facility in Denver. He met and talked with employees and learned firsthand how they make their award winning neon signs. For Gordon Sign, it’s not only about what they can do, but how they do it. It was a great honor for our client to have the opportunity to share their remarkable process and story with the US Secretary of Labor.
Secretary Acosta’s visit comes after Gordon Sign’s revitalization, compliments of Max Fulton and Tom Kim, who acquired the company from a private equity firm after the recession had taken its toll on the sign industry. The business needed new leadership and direction along with some extra attention, love, and capital. With the new ownership group and leadership from Fulton and Kim, 2016 was Gordon Sign’s best year in some time, and 2017 is poised for similar success.
Last week was an amazing opportunity for Gordon Sign and their employees to shine while showcasing some of their remarkable work on a nationwide scale. Their signs come from strong values and produce great brand expression that have stood the test of time. Brand Iron salutes the entire team at Gordon Sign for the exceptional work they create!
White House Blog: https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2017/07/17/made-america
Gordon Sign’s new sign: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w60A2SZpFDM