DANVILLE, IL--(Marketwired - Dec 14, 2016) - Watchfire Signs (www.watchfiresigns.com), manufacturer of the best looking, most durable outdoor LED signs, is seeking submissions for its third annual LED Sign Awards, which honor the best use of the digital component of an on premise digital sign.
The 2017 Watchfire LED Sign Awards are open to any Watchfire dealer partner. Watchfire will be looking for creative ways that sign dealers and end-users are utilizing the digital component of their on premise signs in 2016.
"This will be the 3rd year that Watchfire sponsors the LED Sign Awards and the entries keep getting better and better. We love to recognize our dealer partners for the extraordinary work they do helping their customers communicate messages," said David Warns, vice president for on premise sales for Watchfire. "These awards are highly-coveted and are a testament to the winning sign companies' capabilities and expertise in regards to LED signs."
The entry period opens January 4, 2017 with a deadline for submissions of midnight, March 22, 2017. The grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 cash award and will have their winning photo featured on the cover of Watchfire's Dealer Resource Guide. Winners will be announced April 5, and will be honored at the ISA Dealer's Reception, April 21. It is free to enter.
Complete rules and submission guidelines can be found at www.watchfiresigns.com/signawards. A video that describes how to take the best photo of a digital sign to include with your entry can be found at Watchfiresigns.com/signphoto.
About Watchfire Signs
Watchfire Signs designs, engineers and manufactures the best looking, most durable outdoor LED signs and digital billboards to help businesses and organizations increase visibility and drive growth. Headquartered in Danville, Ill., Watchfire has manufactured outdoor electric signs since 1932 and LED signs since 1996. The company has created more than 50,000 Watchfire LED signs and has more digital billboard customers in the U.S. than any other manufacturer. For information, go to www.watchfiresigns.com.