New Crossroad SIGN studio opens with free e-book offer

The company has opened a new studio on 164th Ave.

Twenty-One Ways to Make Your Business More Visible is a new e-book available from Crossroad SIGN of Mill Creek and Bothell.

The book illustrates how small business owners can stand out more effectively in the marketplace. It is available for free at CrossroadSIGN.com

The company also opened a new studio this year on 164th Ave. SW across from Martha Lake Park. An open house and ribbon cutting event is set for Wednesday, March 28, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., with local business leaders and elected officials in attendance.

The building was purchased last year by Clearview residents Jeff and Kim Thomas exclusively for use by Crossroad SIGN.

“As the fastest growing commercial sign company in three counties,our team simply needed more space, Mr. Thomas said in a press release. “This Mill Creek location just three blocks east of I-5 is super convenient and highly visible to clients in Lynnwood, Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, Mukilteo, Everett and Marysville.”

The company also maintains a showroom on Main Street in Bothell, near where it was founded in 2002. After six years of growth, they are on an accelerated upswing.

Crossroad SIGN provides business owners and property managers with design, permitting, installation and service for lighted signs, digital signs, car and truck wraps, banners, A-boards and other commercial signage.

Tower crane signs were recently introduced. A third online division will open later this year.

For more information, contact Chris Eng, 425-481-9411, .

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