ALLENTOWN, PA--(Marketwired - September 21, 2015) - As a “lifesaving animal shelter”, the Lehigh County Humane Society has been going strong since 1906 to provide a safe haven for homeless animals and for the prevention of cruelty to both animals and children. The LCHS has had an open-door policy. This means that all homeless animals brought to its doors will find sanctuary. This also means aggressive efforts are made to find each one of these animals new homes. To help aid their efforts, they sought help from local sign company, KC Sign & Awnings, to replace their worn-out manual letterboard sign with a new dynamic and attention-grabbing full color LED message sign.
KC Sign is one of the most experienced sign companies servicing the Tri-State area with more LED displays installed regionally. For LCHS, KC Sign's knowledge and experience with LED signs stood out along with the innovative product from USA-based manufacturer, Vantage LED, including the cloud-based LED software, professional content creation, and 5 year parts & onsite labor warranty.
Joe Clark with KC Sign and Awnings said, “KC Sign takes great pride in not only offering the highest in quality products, but the best in customer care and service, handling everything from design to installation.”
Lehigh County Humane Society has remained steadfast in its mission to keep its doors open to all homeless animals and, with the utmost compassion, provide shelter, food, and medical care. The new full color LED sign will allow LCHS to easily promote finding loving homes, spay/neuter initiatives, combat cruelty, and educate the community about responsible pet ownership. Many of the new pet owners even get their picture taken in front of their beautiful new sign.
“Bill Jr [with KC Sign] provided outstanding service. We were thrilled that we made the choice to use KC Sign company for our new sign!” stated Bruce Fritch with LCHS.
The Lehigh County Humane Society is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 animal shelter and is funded by the generosity of people who care about the welfare of the community's homeless animals. Funds are derived from donations, grants, fundraising events and bequests.
LeHigh County Humane Society is located at 640 Dixon Street, Allentown, PA 18103 and can be reached at 610-797-1205 or online at www.thelehighcountyhumanesociety.org.
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