Evansville, Indiana Signarama Wins Local Chamber Small Business of the Year Award

Casey Valiant is a third-generation business owner. His grandpa opened a company that made only rubber stamps in 1957.

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The Southwest Indiana Chamber recently held its annual meeting and dinner, where it presents awards to local businesses in various categories. The Evansville Signarama franchise received the Chamber’s award for 2018 Small Business of the Year.

Casey Valiant, one of the owners, says that he is a third-generation business owner. His grandfather opened a company that made rubber stamps in 1957. The business diversified over the years and was eventually taken over by Debbie and Walter Valiant, Casey’s parents, and in 1997 it became a Signarama franchise.

“Totally humbled & honored,” the company wrote on its Facebook page. “Thank you to our team, our clients, our community, and Southwest Indiana Chamber for this distinguished recognition.”


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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