ANGEL Signs was pleased to receive a bronze award in the full vehicle category at the Australian Sign and Graphics Association awards in Sydney last week.
ANGEL Signs was pleased to receive a bronze award in the full vehicle category at the Australian Sign and Graphics Association awards in Sydney last week.

Bronze medal for Angel Signs

ANGEL Signs was pleased to receive a bronze award in the full vehicle wrap category at the Australian Sign and Graphics Association (ASGA) awards in Sydney last week.

The ASGA Awards recognise and reward excellence in sign production knowledge and practice and allow a diverse range of sign related skills to be demonstrated. The event attracted industry representatives from every state of Australia with more than 560 entries in 21 categories.

Angel Signs is a family-run signage business servicing the Airlie Beach, Bowen and Mackay areas and has been operating for four years.

The staff have more than 69 years combined experience through various related industries such as marketing, graphic design, cabinet making and sign writing. Business owners Jay and Trudy Angel said their team were honoured to be recognised among industry leaders for the second year in a row.

"To be finalists was such an amazing achievement for us and to bring home a bronze on the night was just incredible," Ms Angel said.


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