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Peachtree City Foamcraft Names Monument Sign Design Contest Winners

The contest is in its second year, and Peachtree City says it hopes to see even more entries next year.

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Tyrone, Georgia-based Peachtree City Foamcraft, a wholesale manufacturer of monument signs, announces the winners of its second annual Monument Sign Design Contest.

The Crawford, a custom monument sign designed by FASTSIGNS of Norcross, Georgia, took home the grand prize of $1,000. The unique design incorporates a variety of dimensional components, including a unique architectural sign base design, faux stone elements, raised dimensional letters and metal, according to Peachtree City.

The second place cash prize of $500 was awarded to Marietta, Georgia’s Southern Sign Systems for its Eastwood Baptist Church sign. That sign also incorporates a variety of dimensional elements which make the structure stand out. The faux brick base holds up a custom designed foamcore sign with raised graphics, including a cross. The structure was custom manufactured to incorporate a changeable copy board and illuminated cabinet.

The third place prize of $250 went to Chatsworth, California’s Resource 4 Signs for its Pedalers Fork sign, an architectural way-finding monument sign that has a custom-textured background simulating the look of redwood, white raised graphics and a hand-sculpted faux stone base.

“There were nearly 4 dozen entries this year,” says Michael Fetter, sales manager for Peachtree City Foamcraft. “(There were) several beautiful monument sign designs to choose from. The competition was tough, but at the end the decision was unanimous and three designs rose to the top to take home a prize.”

To view all contest entries visit Peachtree City Foamcraft’s Facebook page.

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