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Behind the Scenes: The Making of a Self-Help Sign

By Anthony Scott
  | Mar 16, 2017

Sign-making is both a skill and an art.  The artistic qualities of a finished sign are obvious, but we rarely see the skill that goes into making the sign.  For that, it’s best to tour a factory where signs are being built, which is precisely what we did to produce this short video.  The one-minute video captures scenes of the making of some of our Self-Help signs. (Venue: the SouthWood Corporation facility in Charlotte, North Carolina).   

We're installing new outdoor signs across the state from the west to the east, with more than a few of our branch and office locations already sporting the new look.  Pictured below are just a few examples. 

We're proud to display our new logo, featuring the “community circle." The circle symbolizes our commitment to the communities that we serve, and is intended to suggest diversity and action--important elements of Self-Help’s work.


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