Holthaus Lackner Sign Blog

A HUGE Thank You to the Cincinnati Reds!

Thank you Cincinnati Reds!

We wanted to take the time to extend a HUGE thank you to the Cincinnati Reds organization! For years they have put their signage trust in us and we greatly appreciate the partnership.  On September 17th, at the Reds vs. Pirates game, they bestowed the first ever Distinguished Partner Award to our President, Kevin Holthaus.  He was honored before the game and threw out the first pitch.

Watch Kevin’s First Pitch Video Here!

Holthaus Lackner Signs has worked with the Cincinnati Reds throughout many seasons, creating signage and sponsor advertisements throughout Crosley Field, Riverfront Stadium (Cinergy Field), and Great American Ballpark. Last year, 2015, marked the fifth time the Allstar Game was held in Cincinnati and the first time it was held at Great American Ballpark (1938 & 1953 Crosley Field and 1970 & 1988 Cinergy Field).  Holthaus Lackner Signs worked tirelessly to make sure that all the signage needs were fulfilled in time for the big game!  The stadium looked great in time for Cincinnati Reds own, Todd Frazier, to win the home run derby! Check out some of our Allstar signage below!

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With the start of the 2016 season, we worked with the Cincinnati Reds organization to create the Cincinnati Bell Fioptics District Rooftop Bar signs.

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We look forward to celebrating many more seasons with the Reds!

 

 

Welcome to our NEW blog!

We are so excited for you to see our newly designed website and our brand new blog!

Holthaus Lackner Signs started by painting advertisements into paintings and on the sides of buildings,

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but we continue to grow with the changing technologies.  We finally decided our online presence need a change also, and this is where our new website and blog come in!

With the addition of the blog to our new website, we wanted our customers and others to understand our industry and the fascinating world of signs.We hope that this blog will connect us to those who are interested in the way signs are designed, fabricated, installed, and the changes this industry sees as technology continues to advance.

If you have any questions or comments about our blog, or topics of interest, please feel free to email us by clicking the link.