FASTSIGNS of Scottsdale celebrates 26 years in business

Exterior of new FASTSIGNS location. (submitted photo)

Exterior of new FASTSIGNS location. (submitted photo)

Local sign and visual graphics provider FASTSIGNS® of Scottsdale – Airpark recently moved to a larger facility located at 7650 E. Redfield Road.

“Our new location allows us to serve customers even better with increased space for design and production, as well as a state-of-the-art showroom to display new and exciting graphic solutions,” stated Clark Mutschler, in a press release. Mr. Mutschler owns FASTSIGNS of Scottsdale – Airpark with his wife, Wende.

FASTSIGNS of Scottsdale – Airpark’s new facility is 3,100 square-feet, which is double the space of its previous location on Scottsdale Road. The new space has an indoor vehicle bay, which allows the team to install vehicle graphics year-round regardless of the weather conditions.

The Mutschler’s also plan to acquire a new UV flatbed printer, to further expand their product offering and in-house capabilities, the release stated.

“We first opened FASTSIGNS of Scottsdale 26 years ago in south Scottsdale and moved to the airpark area in 2004,” Mr. Mutschler stated in the release. “As technology has evolved, so has our products and services. We help businesses and organizations communicate their message and extend their brand using comprehensive visual solutions—from exterior building signs and dimensional letters, to interior décor graphics and wayfinding signs, to trade show exhibits, point of purchase displays, promotional items and more—we can do it all.”

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