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Golden Rule Signs to Relocate Operations to Jeffersontown, Kentucky

08/07/2018
Golden Rule Signs, an industry-leading outdoor electric sign company, plans to relocate its operations center to 2420 Holloway Road in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.

This Spring, the new Jeffersontown location will become home to a growing team already located in the East Louisville area, company officials said.

"We needed more space to grow, and are looking forward to bringing more of our processes in-house," said Principal & CEO Logan Baker. "Jeffersontown is a great place to bring our employee-owned company, and our approach to dedicating our time to client satisfaction.”

“The new office will be located in a building that acted as the former home to a sign company founded in 1970. They had been a friend and vendor for many years. At the time we were looking to grow, they were looking for a transition. It was a natural fit for everyone,” Baker explained.

“This transition has fueled new energy into what was already a tight knit, hard hitting team. Our staff can walk through the production space and see projects they are working on, link up with clients over FaceTime and show their sign being built. This positive impact has boosted our momentum and I see it growing to the extent that I’m considering building-on to the current footprint. An additional 6,000 square feet would max out our lot and probably triple our capacity,” Baker added.

"We are very excited about the move," says Territory Sales Director Courtney Kern, ?"One goal in this move is to continue the legacy set by Distinctive Signs; quality manufacturing with an emphasis on high end customer service. ? ?We will continue to build their product line. ??For Golden Rule Signs in general, the acquisition of this larger office space not only helps accommodate the growing number of team members, but it makes sense to integrate upstream."?

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