600 Newly Acquired 7-Elevens Getting New Signage
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- More than 600 newly acquired 7-Eleven convenience store locations in the U.S. will get new double-faced LED-illuminated pylon signs, according to Harbinger, a national sign fabrication company. Harbinger announced this week that it has won a contract to fabricate and install exterior signage for the conversion of newly acquired stores to the 7-Eleven brand.
"Conversions from one brand to another across multiple locations can be complex and time-consuming," said Steve Williams, Harbinger's president. "However, we have the experience, infrastructure and national network in place to quickly and efficiently respond to customer requests while ensuring brand consistency and quality."
Harbinger will provide turnkey signage solutions, including site analysis and surveys, permitting, architectural drawings, local code research and compliance, brand-identity management, and sign fabrication and installation. The work for all 600 locations is expected to be completed by March of 2013.
Harbinger is a national sign engineering and manufacturing company headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Founded in 1962, Harbinger has served some of the world's most-recognizable brands for more than five decades including 7-Eleven. In 2010, Harbinger developed and patented the industry's first-ever LED Retrofit Kit, which equips installers with everything needed to convert a sign from fluorescent to LED lighting on site within one to three hours.