Murphy USA Completes Three-Year Gas Sign Replacement Project
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Murphy USA and Skyline Products Electronic Price Displays have successfully completed a three-year project during which Skyline replaced older electronic canopy price signs at more than 500 Murphy locations. Murphy selected Skyline's Electronic Scroll Signs for the upgrade due to the reliability and durability of Skyline signs at other Murphy sites.
A longtime Skyline customer, Murphy USA has used scroll sign products from Skyline at the majority of its 1,100 locations for the past 12 years, according to the announcement. Skyline signs have large, easy-to-read numerals that can be updated with their headquarters software. They are easy to use and include advanced technology and longevity, stated Skyline. The company worked closely with Murphy to design and manufacture monument and high-rise gas price signs to suit the configuration needs and municipal code mandates of each specific site.
"We are very pleased to strengthen our partnership with Murphy USA by providing them with the latest scrolling price sign technology," said Chip Stadjuhar, president and CEO of Skyline. "They have been a tremendous partner over the years and we are thrilled that they regard Skyline's electronic price signs as the most reliable, durable signs for all of their locations."
Skyline's Electronic Scroll Signs are internally illuminated, offer numeral sizes from 10 inches to 91 inches, and provide custom color options to complement unique brand image. They can be integrated with many point of sale systems, allowing one-click price changes.
Murphy Oil USA, owned by El Dorado, Ark.-based Murphy Oil Corp., operates more than 1,100 retail gas stations under the Murphy USA and Murphy Express brands in 23 states.