Yesco (Salt Lake City) hosted Arizona Congressman David Schweikert at its Phoenix facility October 18 in an event coordinated by the International Sign Association.
“We welcome any opportunity to demonstrate first-hand how our industry works to members of Congress,” says Lori Anderson, ISA’s president and CEO. “Rep. Schweikert will learn how sign companies help America’s small businesses market themselves and keep our economy strong.”
“We are very excited to share the latest innovations in sign technology with Rep. Schweikert,” says Jake Winklepleck, YESCO’s vice president. “We are extremely proud of the products that our 92 hardworking employees—many of whom are his constituents—create in this outstanding manufacturing facility.”
“As a family-owned business, YESCO is a true American success story,” adds Anderson. It was founded in 1920 with a $300 investment, and now operates nationwide.