ABOUT US

 

 

What do you think of when you hear RAMA?

RAMA is a Really Amazing Marketing Advantage. We help create unique and artistic advertising and marketing for your company.

We’re a collection of more than 850 full-service sign stores located across the globe – a fact that truly makes us “where the world goes for signs.”

Each of our stores is independently owned and operated, offering an array of sign-making services and localized attention. Yet each is also part of a global company that believes in taking a world-class approach to craftsmanship and customer service.

As a result, you can get consistent, high-quality signs and services at any SIGN-A-RAMA location anywhere in the world. You also can enjoy one-stop global account service – an option that enables you to coordinate all your national and international signage needs through a single point of contact.

We’re the world’s largest sign franchise. SIGN-A-RAMA was founded in 1986 by Ray and Roy Titus. We started with a single store in Farmingdale, New York and expanded into North Palm Beach less than a year later.

Based on the success of the stores – and the previous franchising success of our founders -- we began offering SIGN-A-RAMA franchise opportunities in late 1987. Today we have over 850 franchises in 35 countries and nearly every U.S. state, a fact that ultimately obliged Entrepreneur Magazine to name us the #1 sign franchise for the sixth year in a row.

One of our Customers that received a "Welcome Home Banner" had this to say about Sign-A-Rama Kingston...

 "Once again I want to Thank You Harry and all the staff at Sign-A-Rama, You people made my sons home coming a day in his life he will never forget the look on his face when he saw the sign! unreal! you people at your co are the best! I will never forget this as long as i live! not too many people these days appreciate our men and women serving our country but you people at Sign-A-Rama do! my hat is off to each and every one of you, Thank you all again you will be recommended everywhere I go!"

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