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Established in 1982 serving the Del-Mar-Va area and beyond with over 45 years experience in the sign trade.
In 1967, owner Tom Ober began painting signs for special events for civic organizations, such as; church groups, boy scouts, 4-H groups and schools. His old school approach with talents and abilities of hand painted lettering and graphics was established long before the age of computers.
Our emphasis has always been based on offering dependable customer service, quality products and experienced craftsmanship.
Since our beginning, we have grown from serving local businesses to serving nationally known corporations, Sports teams and Franchises.
Our success spans nationwide; from Florida, the Yukon and Hawaii and international; from Jamaica and Australia.
With over 45 years experience in the sign trade, we have expanded our services with the latest equipment, training and technology to meet the needs of our clients in a fast paced business world.
In 2004 we began offering our mobile fleet lettering service with a 30 foot climate controlled mobile sign shop, equipped to offer on-site service. We are available 24 / 7 around our clients needs and schedule.
This tribute is dedicated to the memory of Charles R. Stoikes, owner of Quick Chick Signs based in
Tom ( in his early years ) and Charles ( in his later years ) met in 1975 and became close friends.
Charles had many years of experience operating his own sign shop at 6115 Fairdel Ave. in Baltimore
and was very instrumental in offering Tom his advice and expertise.
Keep in mind, this was before computers and the technology we have today! Everything was done
on talent and the ability of hand painted lettering and graphics!
Tom dedicated himself in fine tuning his talents and abilities in the sign trade by attending many
seminars and training classes offered in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, Ill, Indianapolis, IN. and Charlotte, N.C..
Charles' advice of providing good customer service and quality products were learned early on and is
carried on today.
Charles has passed on, but he's legacy lives on through the lessons learned, under a new banner called "Ace Design".