TAZEWELL COUNTY, Va. – Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that a sign manufacturer will soon establish a facility in Tazewell County, creating new jobs in the area.
Signco, a Chicago-based custom sign manufacturer, will invest $650,000 to establish a facility. This investment will create 19 new jobs.
The company was founded in 1984 in Melrose Park, Illinois and works with myriads of businesses to create customized sign and logo designs.
“Small businesses are the backbone of rural economies, and this innovative company will create high-quality jobs and return a shuttered facility to productive use,” said Youngkin. “We welcome Signco to the Commonwealth and stand ready to support its new venture.”
The project will be supported by the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, which provides consultative services and funding for employee recruitment and training.
The facility will be located at 334 Industrial Park Road in Bluefield.