Maurice P. Yarger founded North American Signs as South Bend Neon in 1934. The firm specialized in neon signs for local General Motors, Ford and Chrysler dealers as well as local department stores and retail businesses. As technology changed, the company added plastic faced signs lit by fluorescent tubes and then signs lit with light emitting diodes. In the 1970s, North American Signs changed its focus to national and regional chain accounts and has served accounts such as The Limited, OfficeMax, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, GameStop and Red Roof Inn. The company is a member of The International Sign Association and World Sign Associates..
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