ST. GEORGE — Young Electric Sign Company, YESCO, announced on Wednesday that it is relocating its St. George facility to better serve customers throughout the Southern Utah region. The operation will remain in Utah’s Dixie and will continue to provide a full spectrum of custom sign and lighting services.
The move will take place later this year, according to a statement released by the company. Further details will be forthcoming.
“We are very proud of our sales, service, and installation teams who continue to offer ongoing support to our many friends and customers in St. George,” Senior Vice President Jeff Young said.
YESCO’s roots in Southern Utah date back to the 1920s. The company has a tradition of innovation and excellent customer service, Young said.
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