98 Years and Counting
Today we celebrate the dream of a young man, Thomas Young, who at age twenty-five started Thomas Young Signs with $300 borrowed from his father, George Young. This was March 20, 1920.
We celebrate the 98th anniversary of that event as we continue to strive to provide the most innovative, finest designed, engineered, built and maintained signs in the world. We celebrate the growth of our franchise program. As of early 2018 the company has awarded 162 territories across the Midwest, East Coast and Canada. YESCO Outdoor Media is one of the largest and oldest outdoor advertising companies in the Rocky Mountain West. We celebrate our longstanding commitment to providing our customers with signs and services of the highest quality and greatest value.
We celebrate the health of our beloved Tom Young Jr. Tom will celebrate his 90th birthday early next month.
We celebrate our employees. We continue to believe in the worth of the individual and are grateful to each of our employees. YESCO is truly a family business.
We will celebrate today by sharing a smile with our co-workers and remembering those who have gone on before as we look forward to our 100th birthday in just two years.
Thank you to all of our friends and customers.
Take Me Out to the Ballgame!
Our Southern California sign and lighting experts have been busy getting ready the the upcoming baseball season. We are proud of our relationship with both the LA Dodgers and the Anaheim Angels. The stadiums look great and are ready for the fans. Play ball!  
Wynn Plaza, Las Vegas, Nevada
Wynn Plaza Las Vegas
Several luxury boutiques recently opened their doors in the opulent new shopping experience at Wynn. YESCO fabricated and installed 14 red fiberglass awnings along the building facade.
Wynn Plaza Las Vegas
YESCO Becomes the Preferred Integrator for Electronic Displays

Salt Lake City, Utah – YESCO, a world leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of custom signs, has a stated objective to become the preferred integrator of LED electronic displays. Changeable-message sign technology is becoming an increasingly important component to business identification and advertising. YESCO is uniquely suited to incorporate electronic displays into sign, lighting and architectural projects due to its former experience as an electronic display manufacturer and its ever-growing premier design, engineering, and manufacturing capabilities.

In 2017, YESCO established relationships with a variety of domestic and international electronic display providers. These suppliers provide YESCO’s customers with a broad range of choices that allow the matching of capability, functionality, and technology to the needs of a particular installation. “When choosing an electronic display, YESCO’s customers have additional flexibility in finding a product that suits their budget and performance needs,” said Rod Wardle, VP of Electronic Display Integration.

YESCO values its relationships with the premier manufacturers of LED display and lighting technology in the industry. Each of YESCO’s suppliers provide unique benefits. Contact your YESCO account executive to select the electronic display suited to your needs.

FOX 5 Las Vegas Features YESCO’s Donation of Hard Rock Guitar to Neon Museum
The city’s most famous 80-foot-tall guitar is headed to the Neon Museum. The iconic guitar will be displayed in early next year along with the dozens of other historic, decommissioned signs.
YESCO Hard Rock
The Hard Rock Cafe closed on New Year’s Eve 2016.
YESCO removes Chicago Sun-Times letters
YESCO Chicago was honored to take part in the removal of the renowned Chicago Sun-Times letters.
"In just a few days, only a ghost-like outline of the letters will likely remain. The 30 letters — plus two hyphens — that make up the Chicago Sun-Times signs on the exterior of the 350 N. Orleans St. building are coming down as the newspaper makes the move to renovated space at 30 N. Racine Ave.” — Chicago Sun Times
Read full article at chicago.suntimes.com
Chicago Sun-Times removal
YESCO Named 2017 Innovation Award Winner by OutSystems
YESCO recently won the Process Transformation Award for using OutSystems to transform its entire app development process. YESCO created an enterprise tool to manage customer interactions and other functions.
Pictured above Gordon Poulson, Jon Mounteer, Cody Alhquist, Trevor Olsen, Brad Stevenson. Not pictured Warren Strong.
Read more about the award here.
Watchfire and YESCO Team Up
Once rivals in the highly competitive LED electronic display industry, today Watchfire Signs and YESCO are collaborating on a number of high profile digital sign projects, including two high resolution digital billboards in St. George, Utah.
YESCO recently selected Watchfire Signs to manufacture two 16mm, 14’ x 48’ digital billboards located on Interstate 15 near the Dixie Center, a premier convention destination in St. George. The billboards, installed in August and September 2017, feature ads from local businesses and are nearly sold out.
Read more about the collaboration here.
Utah Stories from the Beehive Archive

YESCO Lights up the Streets · Utah Stories from the Beehive Archive

Utah Humanities recently featured YESCO in a segment of their Beehive Archive weekly 2-minute radio program that explores Utah history.
Beehive Archive is part of UH’s Museum on Main Street program. The YESCO segment is one of several produced for the current exhibit, “The Way We Worked.” People at host sites have the opportunity to listen to Beehive Archive pieces on an audio kiosk that travels with the exhibit throughout the state.
Read full article at utahhumanities.org
Best Utah-based Franchise to Open

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