Marquette sign business under new ownership



Journal Staff Writer

MARQUETTE — Local resident and entrepreneur Keven Hagans has gained ownership of the area’s provider for custom graphic solutions, Signs Now.

Hagans is an experienced salesman with a track record that spans decades in Marquette. As the leader of Signs Now, Hagans has expressed only excitement for the future of the company.

“As the new owner of Signs Now Marquette, I’m thrilled to introduce myself to this community. Since our center’s initial founding over 25 years ago, we remain dedicated to supporting our community by creating memorable experiences for years to come,” Hagans said. “We remain committed to offering top-tier signage and graphics solutions to businesses in the area, going above and beyond to meet their needs. At our center, we’re fueled by creativity and innovation and we look forward to collaborating with both current and prospective clients as we help them achieve their business goals.”

He is taking over from the previous owner of 25 years, Mark Pynnonen.

Hagans said he wants to continue maintaining relationships with local organizations with the help of the Signs Now team. Lynn Deloughary has worked with Signs Now for just over 20 years in tandem with the company’s graphic designer Jennifer Bell, who has been there for 13 years.

“I’ve walked into a great situation,” Hagans said about the help he’s received from Pynnonen, Deloughary and Bell.

Signs Now provides a variety of visuals for organizations including vehicle wraps, monument signs, window graphics, banner stands and much more. Some of the projects Signs Now has done are Northern Michigan University’s Berry Events Center window graphic, Swick Home Services’ vehicle wraps, multiple panel signs in Ishpeming and the indoor lettering for UPHS-Marquette.

“Anything you can think of or dream of, we can probably make come to life,” Hagans said.

Alexandria Bournonville can be reached at 906-228-2500, ext. 506. Her email address is abournonville@miningjournal.net.


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