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Fought Signs Did A Fantastic Job!

It now feels official! Fought Signs did a fantastic job on our sign! Thank you to all of our friends and family who have been supporting us in this new venture. We love you all !

Dustin and Sarah Gessel. Owners - Gessel Custom Portraits

​Customer service and Trust are very valuable to us! 

We are passionate in creating fine quality printed products to ensure that YOU are offering your best customer impression.  We only use well proven software, hardware, materials and techniques to create signage your customers will notice

Dan and Rod Fought have been in the sign industry for a combined 80 years experience.  This means your signs, banners, vehicle wraps and decals are expertly created and will last for a long time.

Our commitment to quality started with Bill Fought, who opened Fought Signs back in 1951.  The art of fine sign making is passed down through generations.  

Phenomenal Job!

"Very patient, kind, and talented folks! They did a phenomenal job on all of our signs for Old Mother Hubbard's Cupboard!​"


Tim Miller. Founder and Administrative Director of the Ministries of Old Mother Hubbard.

The Quality Blew Me Away!

"Highest mark ever!  Great service at a reasonable price. The quality totally blew me away!  The lettering, design was phenomenal.  They designed everything for us and the results were just awesome. My customers really loved the way our truck and signage looked.​"


Bo Thompson.  President - Thompson Memorials

Hands Down, Best In Town!

Hands down best in town. Fought signs thank you for all you done for Overton Valley Construction

Joshua Fagan - Overton Valley Construction

Dick Fought (Bill's son) started working for Fought Signs when he turned 18.  He eventually took over the business in 1977.  He moved the business location from West Liberty St  (by the fairgrounds) to its current location on South St. in 1986.

Fought Signs went computerized in 1984 which allowed the company to efficiently cut reflective letters for emergency vehicles.

Rod and Dan Fought (current owners) took over the business in 2003 continuing the tradition of excellence in sign making.

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