The Upreneur podcast has partnered up with SCORE, hosted by Jeremy Straub, to help bring engaging conversations with today’s top leaders and business owners. In today’s episode, we spoke with Jason Ditkofsky, President of McNeill Signs and Channel Letter USA. Jason Ditkofsky says the reasons for his success were because of his humbleness and confidence. He knew what his strengths were and found people who could fill in his weaknesses. Jason gains his advantages from the little things in his work, and these little things add up over time.
McNeill Signs has a design department that creates unique, innovative concepts. As a full-service manufacturer, they fabricate signage in-house with computer-aided design and state-of-the-art equipment. They employ experienced and knowledgeable installation and service technicians that can handle both simple and intricate designs. Clients include: Ikea, Coffee Butler Amphitheater, Hendrick’s Honda, Lauderdale Yacht Club, Legacy Fitness, UPS, and many more.
Jason Ditkofsky, the owner of McNeill Signs, has committed to donating up to $100,000 worth of commercial storefront signage to those in the process of launching a new business or who need a refresh to their current one. Small business is the backbone of our local economy, and the goal of the contest is to help support them in their time of need. Through the month of August, companies can apply by sending their 500-word essay to firstname.lastname@example.org to share their story on why they are the most deserving of the new free commercial signage. The five lucky winners will receive services including – custom design, channel letter manufacturing, permit acquisition, and complete installation. Applicants must have a commercial lease, abide by all city, zoning, lease, and building code guidelines, and will need to cover the permits fees paid directly to the city. Winners will be contacted via email throughout the month and be announced through McNeill Signs’ Facebook and Instagram. McNeill Signs hope to reach any and all worthy businesses who could use this much needed assistant during these difficult times.