About RedBox Signmakers

About RedBox Signmakers

How safe are your signs?

Look at this picture – can you believe what you are seeing? This, we kid you not, is a sign we dismantled at a prime city centre location. Our client tells us it was put up around eight years ago. We were incredulous. How any signmaker would be willing to put their name to such
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Double recognition at British Sign Awards for Redbox

We’ve been recognised twice over for our craftsmanship in a prestigious national awards scheme, beating around 300 other entries to two highly commended accolades – one in the Craftsman category and one for Small Signmaker of the Year. The awards come 12 months after the BSGA awarded us Highly Commended for our work on Molton
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Result! Redbox scores with backing for AFC Wulfrunians

When you support a football club, seven days may seem an eternity. Sticking with them through two whole seasons of ups and downs can be a real roller coaster! That’s exactly how long we have been backing Wolverhampton’s AFC Wulfrunians – and have been delighted to do so. This season is producing the usual thrills
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One year on: Questions and answers with Redbox apprentice, Damian.

We introduced Damian to you some months ago. Now, as it approaches 12 months since he started with us, we thought it was time we found out more. Here’s what Damian says about life as an apprentice with Redbox Signmakers: What has been the best thing about the last year? I enjoy completing my Business
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All the fun of the fair at Wolverhampton’s newest burger restaurant

All the fun of the fair at Wolverhampton’s newest burger restaurant

Fairground letters are special. There has been a surge in popularity for these distinctive lights thanks to interior designers who love to display them at home as an art form. But they’re also a perfect fit for stylish and memorable commercial, exterior signs with colourful bulbs bringing a hint of old school circus glamour. Fairground
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Cheers to St George – as our new sign is unveiled at Drayton Manor

Cheers to St George – as our new sign is unveiled at Drayton Manor

We’re celebrating St George’s Day this year with the completion of a job with an historic and timely theme. St George and the Dragon have kept Redbox busy in recent weeks as we have crafted a stunning new sign for Drayton Manor, all ready for this weekend when our patron saint’s day celebrations kick off.
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Drayton Manor’s new Tamarin Trail Signage

Drayton Manor’s Tamarin Trail means monkey business for Redbox

This weekend saw the grand unveiling of Drayton Manor’s new Tamarin Trail – where visitors can get up close and personal with some very cheeky monkeys. It was fantastic for us to see so much interest in the new attraction with press and blogger ambassadors in attendance and now reporting how great it is! Our signs
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What does CDM accreditation mean for Redbox Signmakers?

At Redbox, delivering excellent results has always been key. In order to continue to meet the exacting needs of the leading brands we work with, they need to be confident we can deliver. Adhering to the British Signs and Graphics Association’s code of conduct, as well as being highly commended for our craftsmanship in its
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Why we’re backing WACC apprenticeships – a big welcome to Damian

Our apprentice Damian has been with us a few months now and we’re delighted to say he has settled in brilliantly and is enjoying his work with us. No day is the same for him as he gets to grips with our admin systems or more hands-on work in the unit. He’s also looking forward
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Redbox craftsmanship earns Highly Commended in British Sign Awards

Thank you to everyone who wished us well in the British Sign Awards. We came away with a highly commended award in the Craftsman category. This was for our porcelain handcrafted sign for beauty retailer Molton Brown at its flagship Dublin store. Judges at the awards ceremony yesterday paid tribute to the high level of care
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