YESCO News in the Hartford Area

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If your business experienced sign and/or lighting damage as a result of spring showers, we’re here to help you.

Our skilled service staff is responsive and reliable. We stand ready to get your damaged sign and/or lighting back in working condition. Because we have the experts, equipment, and ability you can rest assured that your signs and lighting will convey the intended impression that will make the needed difference to help your business succeed.

Reduce Your Energy Costs

Retrofitting outdated lighting systems with brighter, more energy-efficient fixtures can help your business attract customers. Additionally, upgrading your expensive lighting products will have a substantial effect on your energy costs. YESCO Hartford provides financing and shared savings options.

Call us today to find out how much you can save.

YESCO hosts service convention for 200 sign professionals from U.S., Canada

From Tuesday, March 21 to Thursday, March 23, YESCO hosted a service convention in Park City, Utah, for more than 200 sign professionals from the United States and Canada. During the three-day convention, the 103-year-old company led educational seminars and networking events, providing employees with opportunities to stay up-to-date on the latest industry trends and product innovations.

With 36 company locations and 59 franchise locations, YESCO is dedicated to maintaining the largest, non-brokered network of sign and lighting service locations in North America. The company offers a unified group of professionals dedicated to delivering quality and dependable sign and lighting services across 44 U.S. states and four Canadian provinces.

“One of the core tenets of YESCO’s mission is to provide our customers with signs and services of the highest quality and greatest possible value,” said Jeff Young, executive vice president, YESCO. “Each year, our service professionals gather to strengthen their skills and knowledge in order to give each customer the best experience possible.”