YESCO, the 102-year-old company known for creating, repairing and maintaining internationally recognizable signs, announces the design, fabrication and installation of a new sign at Idle Isle Café in Brigham City, Utah, at 24 South Main Street.
The new signage was designed by Chris Biersdorf from the Salt Lake City YESCO design department and made with a circa-1920s retro feel.
Idle Isle Café was established in 1921 and is located in its original building featuring original hand-crafted wooden furnishings, a marble and onyx soda fountain and grandfather clock.
YESCO installed 174 LED light bulbs to illuminate the sign.
It took approximately 140 man-hours to complete the project.
“We are a proud partner of Idle Isle Cafe,” said Ben Olson, account manager, YESCO. “The client is very happy with the vintage-inspired design, and we are pleased the sign will beckon the community to the café for years to come.”
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