County produces business entryway signage during pandemic

Aug 12, 2020 | Business, News, Small Business

From the CLINTON NEWS-RECORD Aug. 12, 2020 – In consultation with local municipalities and community partners, the County of Huron Economic Development department has produced business signage packages.

The department says it aims to supply the region with consistent entryway signage to businesses and establishments that do not have consistent signage programs already.

“It is important that our business community is using consistent signage that allows for easy recognition of expectations and public health messages, while being friendly and welcoming,” said Warden Jim Ginn.

A series of consistent, clear and welcoming signage options have been developed that kindly ask visitors to self-screen prior to entry. The signage also asks visitors to wear face coverings or masks, and to practice physical distancing.

Read more on the Clinton News Record story here…

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