A North Carolina entrepreneur opened a restaurant in Fort Myers, his third restaurant to date. He contacted Signs by Crannie after searching Google. He was looking for “something different” to capture the attention of the public, and to convey the upscale cuisine and wine offerings.
Signs by Crannie took on the challenge, and here is the result. This is not a plain lighted cabinet. Note the simulated wood grain on the sign cabinet with the extra wide jewel trim resembling an old iron band holding the barrel together, and the spigot adding more three dimensional character to the sign.
The owner was so happy with this custom lighted cabinet sign that he is switching his logo to match the sign.
Who says signs have to be in a box? If you are looking for something “different” and want “out of the box” contact Signs by Crannie today!