San Angelo, Texas-based LED signage module manufacturer Principal LED announces the winners of its “Making Brands Shine” photo contest.
The company holds its annual contest to highlight the creativity its customers demonstrate in making signs for their clients.
First place went to Julie Knutsen from Outdoor Dimensions in Anaheim, California. She used the company’s Street Fighter Heavyweight modules to illuminate a sign taller than 6’ for a local grocery chain.
Second place went to Matt Garves from La Crosse Sign Co. in Onalaska, Wisconsin. He created a custom-fabricated aluminum maze for the Booby Trap Escape Rooms using Street Fighter RGB, Street Fighter Red and Street Fighter White modules.
Third place in the contest went to Chuck Knight with Heritage Signs in Jacksonville, Florida, which used Street Fighter Standard modules in True White to make a sign for an automated car wash company.
The company highlighted the first-, second- and third-place winners on its website and on social media.