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Coastal Florida is known for its beautiful seascapes and vibrant colors. Cylex Signs helped design and implement a sign program that captured those qualities and stands up to the natural elements that can ruin signs made from other materials. Barbara Manzo, Deputy Director of Parks for Lee County, stated “We made the change to Cylex Signs and have been extremely happy. Cylex Signs have a natural beauty, high durability and are very low maintenance. We have been pleased with their quality, service and responsiveness to our needs.
Deputy Director of Parks, Lee County, FL
Westin Resorts are known worldwide for their unsurpassed quality and attention to detail. The elegant look of Cylex signs is an integral part of one of their newest facilities, the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa. Lloyd Hall, vice-president for Woodbine Development Corporation, owner/developer of the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa had this to say: “We continue to be very pleased with our Cylex signs. A tight schedule and changes in the signage for the opening of the Herberger Ballroom, a new addition to the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, made this a challenging project. Cylex was always ready and everything was installed on time. Even the custom signage for our courtyards were carefully coordinated with unique art work incorporated into the signage. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
Arlington neighborhoods are not required to use a particular signmaker, but the county encourages them to use Cylex in Phoenix, Arizona. “Not many companies make this particular kind of sign,” said Chris Nixon, coordinator for Arlington County’s neighborhood conservation program. “They’ve held up the best, they have the best prices, and they have been easy to deal with. They have been wonderful at taking volunteer artwork and turning out signs that look great.
Arlington County, as quoted in The Washington Post