Category: News

WORK hard, PLAY hard

SignZoo's core business has long been centered on commercial graphics, specifically for contractors in home service industry. While that legacy continues, many are surprised to learn that we also print more boat wraps than anyone in the country.

Brand Vehicles like the PROs

One of our oldest customers (almost 18 years!) - as well as biggest brands, is instantly recognizable to just about everyone. Mister Sparky is the go-to pro for all electrical service and repair needs.

Paint Replacement Craze!

With it's benefits of personalized customization, ease of changeability, and cost effectiveness, we're seeing more and more interest in paint replacement or "color change" graphics.

Companies with a Cause

“Theme wraps” are an increasingly popular undertaking among top service-based fleets.  Having had the privilege to work on many of these special projects, SignZoo wanted to take an opportunity to highlight this growing trend.

RV Revival

This isn't our typical project. Then again, Jeremy and Melissa Moore, aren't typical customers.

SignZoo is the preferred graphics provider of the BuyMax Alliance

SignZoo is the preferred graphics provider of the BuyMax Alliance, and we were impressed with their work. It has been a great experience and the finished product looks wonderful.

SignZoo Supports School's Summer Food Program

Summer food service officials will launch a mobile feeding unit this summer, which will stop at three different locations during lunchtime to feed all youngsters under the age of 18.

Hats off to Red Cap Plumbing

Gennaro is the owner of Tampa, Fla.-based Red Cap Plumbing, a 27-employee, 17-truck contracting firm that does primarily residential service work throughout Hillsborough County.

SignZoo Junior Team Wins 1st Place in Bradenton, FL Fishing Tournament

Bradenton Youth Team SignZoo wins first place in the Junior Division, and outscored the first place team in the adult inshore division by 7 points at the 11th Annual De Soto Fishing Tournament.

Kings of the Silver King

Half of his logo-emblazoned shirt drenched with sweat, the burly angler tried to figure out the next move of the 100-pound plus fish still swimming powerfully on the business end of the straining rod and reel combination.