DENVER — A Colorado sign company is being recognized by the White House at an event highlight American-made products, according to the Denver Post. Gordon Sign, which calls itself the oldest sign company in America, manufacturers signs from tenant displays to large building letters. Gordon Sign did the design, build and installation for Wendy’s in its 2014 rebrand, and has done signage for United Artist Theatres, FirstBank and others. Gordon Sign will represent Colorado during the president’s “Made in America” week, which will showcase companies from each state that makes products in the U.S. On its website, Gordon Sign said it’s been in business for more than 110 years.
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