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Signs By Tomorrow Alexandria’s Fund For Educational Excellence Project Wins Top Award



ALEXANDRIA, Va. (March 20, 2015) — Local business owner Dave Gimbel recently received the Signs By Tomorrow Project of the Year Award at the Alliance Franchise Brands Convention in Albuquerque, N.M. They were recognized for their work on a visual communications project for the Fund for Education Excellence at Commodore John Rogers School in the Baltimore area. The award is sponsored by national trade magazine Wide-Format Imaging and Alliance Franchise Brands.

The project included the design, production and installation of multiple clear acrylic wall mount signs, an acrylic subsurface desk sign and Digital Wallpaper graphics on the walls and Conference room glass panels.

“We had the privilege of continuing our relationship with the Fund for Education Excellence and Kirk Designs. It is especially rewarding to have a positive impact on the children in our area,” remarked Gimbel.

Signs By Tomorrow in Alexandria is located at 380 S. Pickett St. The company provides its customers with high-quality, cost-effective signs and graphics at affordable prices. Locally owned and operated, Signs By Tomorrow – Alexandria is a member of Alliance Franchise Brands franchise network, a world leader in visual and graphics communications, linking more than 600 locations in the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom. For more information call (703) 212-7446 or visit

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