Michigan Sign and Apparel Shop Expands Footprint with Third Location

SLI Custom Signs & Apparel opens a new location in Adrian, Michigan

Michigan-based SLI Custom Signs & Apparel kicks off the new year by expanding its footprint with a third location.

Since 2002, the shop has offered custom products like signs, apparel, and promotional products, to the Toledo, Michigan area. With locations in Toledo, Milan, and now Adrian, Michigan, the shop provides everything from sign manufacturing and printing to screen printing, embroidery, marketing, promotional, and creative services.

SLI works with several different sign materials, including corrugated plastic, wood, aluminum, polycarbonates, and vinyl banner materials. It also offers various methods like digital printing and cut vinyl processing.

It works closely with businesses, schools, churches, clubs, and real estate companies, and it looks forward to offering these same services to Southwest Michigan customers.

According to an announcement from the company, the new Adrian location lets customers place and pick up orders, view and try samples, and consult with its brand experts on site.

Halie Sudborough, an SLI team member, takes the role of operations manager for the new location. As a lifelong Lenawee County resident and three-year SLI employee, the company says her “creativity and expertise in the industry will help us continue to serve Adrian and the rest of Lenawee County.”

The new location, 1099 E U.S. 223, Unit C, Adrian, Michigan, had its soft opening on Monday, Jan. 11. Josh Bunton, SLI president, tells The Daily Telegram he plans to hold a grand opening when there’s warm weather.

When looking for a new location, Bunton tells the news outlet he chose Adrian for its “small-town feel” and looks forward to getting involved in the community and taking advantage of opportunities.

The shop is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. ET.

Allee Bruce

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Alexandria Bruce is the former managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO magazine.

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