Sign Business Books Announces to the sign business, it's 4th book: How to Write Sign Specifications for Electric and Non-Electric Wall Signs
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Sign China 2020 Shanghai - 17-19 September 2020



PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 9, 2020

Sign Business Books Announces to the sign business, it's 4th book: How to Write Sign Specifications for Electric and Non-Electric Wall Signs

Long Beach, California - SignBusinessBooks.com is a content solution provider for sign businesses with How-To and Know-How for designers, sales staff, and business owners.

Problem: how does a graphic designer learn how to properly write a sign specification (each time with each project) with how a dimensional sign design is to be made?
Solution: show a designer the only book that explains a very difficult sign planning process and use this book as a reference with each sign project.

Problem: how does a graphic designer, with no experience, learn how to create one of the most difficult drawings within the sign business: a sign permit drawing for a wall sign?
Solution: show a designer the only book that explains a very difficult drawing process and use this book as a reference with each sign project.

Problem: how does a sales person learn how to proofread a sign design drawing they have never seen before?
Solution: show them the only book that shows what a properly written sign specification looks like (and then a discussion may begin so they can learn to proofread drawings).

Problem: how does a sign company owner train his staff with how a sign specification page should resemble?
Solution: show them the only book that shows what all the necessary drawing items and objects that should be on a sign specification drawing (and then start a discussion so everyone is on the same page and speaks the same language).

Sign Business Books has created (probably) the only book with how to write a sign specification for signage projects.

In conclusion, SignBusinessBooks.com has created this book for a graphic designer to learn to write a spec. With this book, a sign sales person will learn what a properly written spec looks like and therefore, learn how to proofread a spec.

Mike Burke
Long Beach, California 90807
Phone: 310-503-0484
E-Mail: signbusinessbooks@gmail.com
Website URL: signbusinessbooks.com

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