Triad Signs helped Paul’s Pastry Shop update their old, stale signage. Now it is as fresh as the treats they sell. Derek and Jenn, Paul’s Pastry Shop owners, believe in serving their customers with top-notch service during each visit. Their friendly staff prepares a wide variety of specialty pastries each morning, including 16 different donuts and any custom cake you can dream up! They are proud to be a small business serving Burlington since 1942.
Congrats Kathy for being selected as one of the Triad Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business for 2018! We are proud of you and thankful to have you on our team! Read more by Clicking Here!
PIP Triad was proud to support the ARMC Foundation’s Pink Ribbon Fund with Rene Lefler. Efforts from Rene, Sandy Ellington – Graves of Tate Realtors, and great sponsors made “Dude Looks like a Lady” an evening of fun, laughter and hope. Rene’s team raised over $44,000.
The ARMC Foundation’s Pink Ribbon Fund allows women, who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, access to necessary resources and diagnostic procedures they may not otherwise be able to afford.
Congratulations Rene! You are a true hero and an inspiration. Thank you for allowing PIP Triad to be a part of your journey.
Pip Triad partnered with The Burlington School for the 2018 Spring Auction and Dinner. This annual event, entitled “Growing Together,” is a celebration of the exceptional faculty and remarkable programming made available to all TBS students.
“Growing Together” has enabled TBS to grow in many ways over the years. The entire school community has pulled together during this fundraiser which allowed TBS to secure a bus for transporting students on academic field trips and to athletic team competitions.
With the support of friends, family, and community partners, TBS will successfully fulfill its mission and provide outstanding educational opportunities for their students.
Please join us as we welcome Jody Belangia to the PIP Triad & Triad Signs team. Jody is no stranger to the area – a lifelong resident of North Carolina, he brings with him a decade of experience in the sign industry along with outstanding design, creative and solution skills for all types of signage and graphics.
He attended Eastern Alamance High School and graduated from East Carolina University with a BFA in Fine Arts. He lives in Mebane with his wife, Justine and their son, Colin.
When he isn’t scouring the Carolina countryside for new sign opportunities, you can find Jody in his shop – building custom musical instruments, on the water fishing, or on any local mountain bike trail.
This is an 8 ft wide by 10 ft Tall Aluminum sign. We met with the customer and devised a plan to rebrand the existing signage. Call us today to set up your signage consultation and let us help your business stand out.
This project was completed this week for Glick Insurance. Glick Insurance has this to say about itself, “Since opening shop nearly two decades ago, we’ve discovered clients appreciate working with a small agency that makes their needs the top priority. We take a hands-on approach toward determining their specific insurance needs. Taking this time early in our process confirms an accurate, cost-effective policy is pursued.”