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03/12/2004

2/90 Sign Systems Expands GSA Product Offering

2/90 Sign Systems Offers Full Product Catalog to Federal, State, and Local Government Agencies Through the GSA Contract

 

Grand Rapids, MI – March 5, 2004  - 2/90 Sign Systems, a national leading provider of facility signage, announced today that it has modified their existing U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) schedule to include System 2/90, Plaques Plus, Exterior signage, and Photoluminescent life safety signage. As a result, 2/90 Sign System’s entire offering of products and services is included among the architectural sign and service offerings by GSA.

 

2/90 Sign Systems provides products and services to several government sector customers such as the Department of Defense, Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Immigration and Naturalization Services. With the GSA additions, 2/90 Sign Systems will now have another avenue to offer a turnkey signage solution to U.S. Government agencies.

 

Effective immediately, the full scope of their product offering and related services are now available through GSA contract number GS-07F-0265N under Architectural Wayfinding Signs and Facility Identification Signs. This comprehensive offering will allow federal agencies to source 2/90 Sign Systems as a full-service signage solution.

 

"With recent legislative changes to how Federal agencies procure products and services, it was necessary to add our full product offering," said Marc Montpetit, new business development manager, 2/90 Sign Systems. "The GSA contract expands the availability of our products and services to government agencies, and will be a vehicle for continued growth in the Government division of our business."

 


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