Broomfield, Colorado-based ikeGPS, makers of Spike-a laser-based measuring tool that allows sign makers to accurately take dimensions on a potential job site using their smartphone or tablet-announces that Glenn Chambers has joined the company as business development manager for the company’s sign and digital graphics division.
Chambers is a 15-year veteran of the sign and graphics industry with extensive experience in sign design, fabrication, sales and permitting. Most recently, Chambers was an account executive with Freeman Signs in Colorado Springs. Prior to that he was with Gordon Signs, which at 110 years old claims to be the oldest sign company in the U.S.
Aside from designing all types of traditional and electronic signs, Chambers has experience with a number of industry-specific software programs, including CorelDRAW, the Adobe Suite, Flexi, Casper. and KeyedIn. His past client list includes Domino’s, Farmers Insurance, Jimmy Johns, Walmart, the National Renewal Energy Laboratory and Comcast.
In his new role at ikeGPS Chambers is responsible for pushing Spike further out into the marketplace.
“Before joining ikeGPS, Glenn was one of our vocal Spike advocates in the sign and graphics industry and key in providing valuable feedback on Spike from his use in the field,” says Vanessa Bagnato, director of Spike product marketing. “Spike helped Glenn work more efficiently on everything from site surveys and estimates to sales, design and even permitting. We’re excited to add such an experienced and knowledgeable signage expert to the Spike team.”