YESCO on Made 4 Utah
 
 
Ned Kahn Pages of Salt Project
 
YESCO is proud of our involvement with environmental sculptor, Ned Kahn, and the Salt Lake City Public Art Program in the city’s public art display. Titled Pages of Salt the project is made of 336 Teflon flags with small die cuts designed to move with the wind. The installation required four holes to be drilled into each flag attached to a concrete wall and 84 large metal brackets to hold the flags. Mr. Kahn’s inspiration came, in part, while noticing a massive wind vortex near the Great Salt Lake spiraling trash up into the air. The flags are meant to mimic paper being blown in the wind.
 
 
Juxtaposition of Two Images
 
 
 
How about the juxtaposition of these two images?
 
A few members of our Salt Lake team and Corporate staff recreated this iconic scene some 90 years later in front of one of YESCO's original offices. The building is located on Grant Avenue in Ogden, Utah.
 
Proof that "the more things change the more they stay the same."
 
Big Sky Country
 
 
And that's why Montana is known as Big Sky Country.
 
Breakfast Anyone?
 
 
 
Have you been to Jeremiah's Lodge and Garden located in Ogden, Utah?
 
Well, the YESCO Salt Lake sales team sure has. The group met there to partake of the restaurant's award winning breakfast. Looks like they cleaned their plates!
 
Thanks, Jeremiah's, for your business. The upgraded sign looks fantastic!
 
Reno Arch Turned Pink
 
 
 
In honor of breast cancer awareness month our YESCO Reno team turned the famous Reno Arch pink by changing out nearly 2,000 bulbs. The project was funded by Renown Health and the Nevada Cancer Coalition.
 
YESCO Teamwork for the Win
 
 
Two identical 135′ pylons with 50′ tall LED displays for the Banc of California Stadium had to be fabricated and installed simultaneously on an expedited schedule. And so, we went to work. One was built in Salt Lake City and the other in Phoenix. One of the displays was installed by our installers from the Los Angeles region and the other by our Las Vegas crew.
 
Great show of YESCO’s teamwork and deployment of assets.
 
Remember the Granite Furniture Roto-shpere?
 
 
 
Do you recognize this iconic sign?
 
The sign has been retrofitted and now identifies the 2121 McClelland Street development in Sugar House, Utah.
 
Sugar House has recently sprouted into one of the most offbeat, colorful enclaves in the valley.
 
Egyptian Theatre Restoration
 
 
 
YESCO is on site installing the Egyptian Theatre blade sign. The historic theatre located in Ogden, Utah has been restored to its historical beauty. A lighting celebration will be held Thursday, July 25, 2019.
 
The Today Show Features YESCO
 
24-year-old Braden Sharp took his dating efforts to another level with the help of Blip and a YESCO billboard. To his surprise, Braden attracted more than a few potential dating prospects. He reported 40,000 visits to his website and around 700 emails. His billboard was also featured on the Today Show, CNN, as well as local news outlets.