Changeable Copy and LED GSA Signs
General Services Administration (GSA) Contract #GS-03F-0055W
Qualifying for a GSA contract involves a rigorous due diligence process by the Federal government. The process includes reviewing customer references, confirming product TAA compliance, examining product quality and customer satisfaction reports, and after completing a thorough review of our company. We’re proud to be one of a select few GSA LED sign companies who’ve met all of these requirements — and more — and can offer our military, government and municipal customers the best pricing available for GSA signs.
Signs Plus offers LED signs from three different brand-name US manufacturers. This is the most diverse offering on GSA from any single vendor. GSA customers will find Signs Plus has the broadest variety of sizes, pixel resolutions and options available through GSA.
Federal government and other GSA qualified customers receive outstanding pricing on products made right here in the US.
Signs Plus offers the only LED Mobile Trailer approved for sale through GSA contract.
- Aluminum construction will never rust
- Double-axle design for balanced weight distribution and towing stability
- Stanchions extend on all four signs of the trailer to “drill down” and provide 120 MPH wind-load compliance.
- Turntable base rotates up to 90 degrees for 360-degree viewing
- Adjustable lift raise the signs up to 11 feet from ground level
- Stabilizers / dampeners reduce wear and tear and LED signs
What our customers say…
After making several comparisons with other companies locally as well as nationally (including those that ‘specialize’ in church signs) we found Signs Plus to be the best buy for our dollar.– Dennis Campbell, Pastor, Foursquare Church
We are proud of what goes on at our school and we want others in the community to realize that it’s because our school district has put tax dollars to good use in the classroom that has truly made the difference. The sign that we (PTO) purchased from Sign Plus is doing just that, on a daily basis.– Beth E. Simmons, Kettle Lake Elementary School
On February 23rd, our community was struck by an F4 tornado. It is my understanding that in the center of the storm, winds could be between 201-270 mph. Our school sign was within 50 yards of the storm center, winds in excess of 100 mph approached the sign from the side, and the sign was not damaged.– Chuck Butler, Cypress Elementary School
Five minutes after the sign went up a customer came in looking for an item we had advertised on the sign. He didn’t know we sold it. He had been in another town looking for it, drove by on his way home, saw it on the sign and turned around and came in and bought it.– Warren Croft, Croft Lumber