Local sign business does its part to keep the community safe

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Whether its social distancing graphics or installing sneeze guards and shields, Signs Now is working to get Rapid City into a new normal.

Reopening businesses is made possible with social distancing and signs to help patrons do just that. Over the past couple of month Signs Now’s work has been 75% COVID-19 related.

Curtis Lout, Owner of Signs Now, said “So we have worked with a lot of small businesses opening or trying to reopen their business just a plethora of businesses around here we’re working with a lot of schools right now that are getting ready to open and welcome students back.”

Now more than ever signs are important to keep everyone safe.

From social distancing to a business requiring a face mask, signs inform the public on how to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I think right now signage is really important just because we are trying to inform people of health risks or guidelines from the CDC or individual businesses want to have people be aware of or their customers and their employees to successfully and safely open.” said Lout.

As signs now tries to get back to normal the business is focusing on vehicles wraps, trailer graphics and more.

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