Jeff Clark, owner of SSK Signs, recently completed a project for a retail store in Toronto. The project came to SSK Signs through a local design firm that recommended them for the project. At first, the store only required a new fascia sign, blade sign, sandwich board and some interior wayfinding. But while doing the site visit, Jeff and his team noticed graffiti on the walls, in which the store expressed that they planned on simply painting over it. SSK Signs then recommended using 3M’s anti-graffiti laminate to make the clean up easier if they were tagged again. They also recommended installing bird spikes on top of the Fascia sign. SSK Signs outsourced the electric signs and hired installers, but oversaw the entire project. In total, the project took two months to complete and brought in $15,000 in revenue.