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TxCowboy:

 

I Full-Time and I have to re-do my sign with Marine Spar about every 12--16 months. /It kinda depends on how much I face south. :rolleyes:

 

When I re-do the signs I go ahead and touch up the lettering, etc. also. I also had him put a Texas flag on my sign which I paint.

 

It takes 10--15 minutes over several days. I try to put two--three coats of varnish. This last time I put a little bit of stain to make more contrast. No biggie.

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One more place to look at is called Canterbury Creations. She had two tables at the Tampa RV Show this year and seemed to be doing a great business. She will even create a sign using your RV as the model. We intended to get one made by her while we were there but got sidetracked looking at new RV's - imagine that! Anyway we found her card and called her and she explained that her website is being re-designed and isn't up and running right now. It's a shame as she has some good stuff. Here is a link to an article about her. I'm not sure if this helps, but its another option. You can give her a call as she is very friendly and I'm sure will be glad to work with you on a design.

 

http://rvtravel.com/blog/rvnow/2008/07/personalized-rv-signs-say-alot-about-rv.html

 

Good luck.

Steve

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Etsy.com is another good and creative source; just search on "trailer signs" and you will get lots of options. Our daughter-in-law ordered one for us for Christmas; it is in the shape of a fifth wheel and has our last name, hometown and state, and funny little icons of us and our three cats.

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We made our own. Found a great piece of driftwood in Montana and a base piece somewhere else then painted our name and year we started full timing using stencils. When that dried we applied several coats of marine varnish. Accessories are a toy 5er and flower pot. We get lots of complements and it is an original.

 

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One more place to look at is called Canterbury Creations. She had two tables at the Tampa RV Show this year and seemed to be doing a great business. She will even create a sign using your RV as the model. We intended to get one made by her while we were there but got sidetracked looking at new RV's - imagine that! Anyway we found her card and called her and she explained that her website is being re-designed and isn't up and running right now. It's a shame as she has some good stuff. Here is a link to an article about her. I'm not sure if this helps, but its another option. You can give her a call as she is very friendly and I'm sure will be glad to work with you on a design.

 

http://rvtravel.com/blog/rvnow/2008/07/personalized-rv-signs-say-alot-about-rv.html

 

Good luck.

Steve

There's a link in the story to the Canterbury Creations website that now reflects it as an inactive domain. In other words, that link no longer works. It looks like a good product though.

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