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Jun 27, 2018

Signs in Detroit from Phillips Sign & Lighting

 Signs in Detroit from Phillips Sign & Lighting

You don’t have to go far in Detroit to spot beautiful and eye-catching signs from Phillips Sign & Lighting. From iconic companies and entertainment venues, to popular restaurants and churches – Detroit businesses and organizations trust Phillips to create and install high-quality, unique signs that get them noticed. Phillips Sign and Lighting designs and builds monument signs, channel letter signs, neon signs, and pole signs for establishments throughout Southeast Michigan. However, they are exceptionally proud of their Detroit signs. The Motor City is on the rise, and Phillips is spreading the message to the world with quality, handcrafted signs and commercial sigh lighting.

Phillips Sign & Lighting is a Detroit Sign Company

Recently, Greektown Casino presented seven new restaurants to patrons as part of a $15 million renovation project. The latest culinary offerings from Greektown include artisanal pizzas, downhome BBQ options, and traditional Japanese ramen. And the new restaurants feature beautiful signs in several different styles that add to the overall visual appeal of the casino’s 11,000-foot dining hall.

Phillips Sign & Lighting created the impressive neon sign for Pit Boss, the BBQ restaurant that serves pulled pork, cornbread muffins, Detroit burnt ends, and more from a converted Airstream-style trailer. The expert team at Phillips also installed most of the other signs for the new Greektown Casino Restaurants.

Here are a few of the other standout signs from Phillips Sign & Lighting that you can spot around Detroit the next time you’re in the city for shopping, dining, or to take in a show or sporting event.

The New Better Made Sign: The iconic Detroit potato chip company has a brand-new sign pole sign that was expertly crafted and installed by Phillips Sign & Lighting.

The Fisher Theatre Pole Sign: Phillips is proud to have had a hand in this beautiful sign that announces the events and shows at Fisher Theatre, the classic venue in Midtown.

The Takoi Sign: Ths popular eatery announces its name change in a stunning neon sign that’s a favorite for Detroit diners.

The Neon Sign Inside RJ’s Meats: Pay a visit to this unique supermarket and check out a sign that proudly displays Detroit-love. This is one of many neon signs in and around the city from Phillips Sign & Lighting.

The Sign for St. John’s Episcopal Church: This is an electronic display sign that allows the church to constantly update information, letting area residents know about the latest events and news. For a great example of the classic monument signs from Phillips Sign & Lighting, visit the First Congregational Church on Forest Avenue.

Finally, check out the landmark pole sign that marks the location of E & L Supermarcodo! And the channel letter sign pictured up top is featured on the Gratiot Central Market building in Eastern Market!