Buy local. Shop local. Live local. Vermonters have a long history of supporting one another economically, and in turn, SignARama of Vermont has made it their mission to reach out and support the greater Chittenden County community.

Whether it's volunteering for Will Fish for Fun down on the waterfront in Burlington, or paddling a pumpkin in Lake Champlain to support Linking Learning to Life, SignARama is a part of the community it serves.

Bob and Paula Diaco, owners SignARama of VermontPaula Diaco grew up in Chittenden County, graduated from Mt. Mansfield Union High School back in the last Stone Age, and attended the University of Vermont before transferring to Iowa State University. It's in Ames, Iowa that she met Bob, a graduate student in Molecular Biology. Over time, working in the corporate rat race lost its luster, and they decided to pack up and go home to Vermont.

They haven't looked back. Seventeen years later, they continue to produce signage for area businesses from their Williston Road location. They have added many services, including large-format printing, engraving, carved and dimensional signage--all made in-house.

When not working, they enjoy Vermont's four seasons of outdoor activities. They enjoy fishing, hiking, showshoeing, camping and canoeing.