Signality welcomes new general manager
Signality Sign and Graphics Specialists is pleased to announce that Hope Sayre has joined the company as general manager.
“Hailing from Pleasant City, Ohio, and a graduate of Shenandoah High School and Wright State University, Hope and her family now live in Beverly,” said John Walsh, senior vice president of Corporate Development at Alliance Industries Inc., in Marietta. “Signality is very excited to have her on the team. In addition to her management and operational experience in the sign-making and installation business, Hope brings to the Signality team a strong work ethic with a keen focus on customer service.”
Prior to her new position, Sayre had been the signage technician at the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District. Her hands-on production experience means she can manage her team more effectively and step in to offer help at times when especially large orders come in. A very recent example is an order she received for producing 3,220 equipment decals — within a week.
“My team understands timelines, has a sense of urgency and is really committed to our customers,” Sayre said. “They’re great. We share a ‘make anything happen for anyone’ attitude when it comes to customer service.”
Signality produces stickers, decals, vehicle lettering, banners, yard signs, window graphics, vehicle wraps, wall wraps, illuminated signs, and dimensional lettering for businesses, schools, hospitals, municipalities and more. “Many people are surprised to learn all the services we offer, and that they can get their orders locally, faster, and for less, all without the hassles of delivery,” Sayre said.
Having ran track and played softball in high school, Sayre is enthusiastic about the fundraising opportunities Signality offers.
“A local high school is launching a fundraiser selling yard signs,” she explained. “We’re able to get the signs done for $10 less per sign than they could find elsewhere. That’s means a lot more money for the students. They were very surprised and pleased.”
Signality enjoyed a very busy August, and Sayre isn’t expecting a slowdown anytime soon. “We really don’t have a slow time of year,” she said. “Our services and expertise are needed year-round.”
Signality is a full-service sign and graphics company located at 111 Industry Road in Marietta. For more information, visit signalitygraphics.com.