Drive Through Restaurant Sign – Port Huron
A drive through restaurant sign not only deliver good customer service and speeds up ordering – it reinforces the brand to customers who don’t leave their car.
Ted’s Coney Island has been a fixture in the Port Huron community ever since it was founded by Ted and Koula Pozios in 1985. When their son Paul opened the 4th location, he asked Signs by Crannie to design, fabricate and install a new sign to assist drive through customers and to match their locally-famous brand. The drive through menu doubles as a clearance bar to insure that customers vehicles will not hit the take-out window.
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