Jessica Wolfe is a Marketing Specialist at ASI Signage in Dallas,Texas. With a background in Program Management, Jessica Wolfe performed a key role in program oversight for ASI’s international signage projects - most notably, she served as ASI’s Program Manager for Embassy programs. From initial design submission to final quality control, Jessica Wolfe reviewed and submitted all product and design deliverables.
Jim Bishop is the President + Owner of ASI in Kenner, Louisiana.
Louisiana’s rich heritage of culture, architecture, and the arts continue to influence ASI, Louisiana’s purposeful design aesthetic and signage solutions. From the 18th century Old World backdrop of the French Quarter, to the genteel Garden District, to Acadiana’s Cajun joie de vivre, the area is full of inspiration and motivation.
Dan Salamone is a Business Development Manager at ASI. He has spent his entire business career as a sales and marketing professional, holding positions as sales consultant or sales manager for a variety of companies. The majority of his career has been spent with ASI, which cumulatively equals approximately twenty-five years. Throughout his career with ASI, Dan Salamone has been a leader, a consummate professional and a consistent member of ASI’s Million Dollar Sales Club, the highest level of achievement for a sales consultant within the organization.
Our ASI Signage Heartland affiliate has been in business for over 30 years while our network in the United States has been in existence for the last 50 years. Tom and Dianne Latimer are the owners of ASI in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado and Wyoming, and have grown their Company from two employees in 1985 to 100 employees today. That growth has been due to providing new and innovative products along with an absolute commitment to customer service.
Cannon Design was tasked with providing a custom interior donor wall for the Phase II addition to the Science and Mathematics Complex at Buffalo State College. The vision was to use the space to pay tribute to the generosity of the donors and benefactors who made the space possible and also to pay homage to the science and mathematics programs within the complex and, lastly, to recognize the important work the Great Lakes Center is providing in improving the Great Lakes ecosystem.