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Want a Website with an Online Sign Design Center?

Posted on Sat, 25 Sep 2004 at 8:29

What if we offered to "private label" to you, the most advanced, fully-interactive, e-commerce site in the sign industry and make it look like your very own?

Our website at, has a built-in, Online Sign Design Center. As the user designs their own sign, price is automatically calculated based on the type of sign, colors chosen, custom artwork, quantity, etc.

Once the design is complete, the customer can check out in our shopping cart using any major credit card. The orders generated are Pre-Proofed & Pre-Paid!

The system then generates a vectorized .eps file for cutting vinyl and also transmits bitmap images for full-color digital reproduction. Any products a sign company can't fulfill for themselves, we have fulfillment centers already in place to process the orders. In this case, the sign company would receive a 30% commission, on average, for simply referring the customer to the website where they placed their own order and designed the sign themselves. Not bad.

Our platform has been live now for over 6 months and we have processed hundreds of orders. The system works great! Our customers love the ability and flexibility of being able to design their own signs from the comfort of their own computer and have their order shipped right to their door!

There are a few bugs that crop up from time to time. As they appear, we fix them as fast as possible. Some bugs are fixed within 5 minutes, others we have to chase for days. But we stay after them to make this the best e-commerce site in the sign industry!

We employee full-time programmers who are continuously enhancing and debugging the system. But hey, even Microsoft is debugging their Windows software on a daily basis and they have billion$.

We have never "branded" our e-commerce site to anyone else before. This is a concept we are considering if enough people show interest. The site is located at

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