Opportunity for Perth not-for-profits announced by SIGNWAVE Osborne Park

May 01, 2018

Opportunity for Perth not-for-profits.

SIGNWAVE Osborne Park

The newly launched SIGNWAVE Osborne Park is offering one lucky Perth not-for-profit the opportunity to update their signage by winning a $1,000 signage package.

Eligible candidates can enter directly or can be nominated by another business that supports them.  To enter, just Like the SIGNWAVE Osborne Park Perth Facebook page, then post a picture of your organisation’s current signage with the hashtag #weneednewsigns and a couple of sentences describing your organisation.

SIGNWAVE Osborne Park will announce the winner on 31 May 2018. Entries open now.

“This is an ideal offering for schools, sporting clubs, community groups or charities,” said Barry Boyd, owner of SIGNWAVE Osborne Park. “It’s our way of introducing our new business and thanking the community that has become home to us. It is the first of a number of community-based initiatives we will be undertaking this year.”

SIGNWAVE Osborne Park

Boyd co-owns SIGNWAVE Osborne park with wife, Ellie Boyd. The Scottish born Boyds moved to Perth 14 years ago and, along with their 12-year-old son, Cameron, now call WA home.

Together, they have put together a strong team of production professionals.  Boyd alone has over 15 years production and operations management experience, having originally qualified as a printer at the Glasgow College of Building and Printing. Lachlan Menzies has 14 years in production, design and installation - including vehicle wrapping - and Nicholas Carter has over 10 years’ experience in graphic design as well as in film application developed through a previous role in a window tinting business, comes to SIGNWAVE with over 15 years production and operations management experience, having originally qualified as a printer at the Glasgow College of Building and Printing.

This is SIGNWAVE Australia’s second WA centre and the second centre to launch in 2018.

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