Watchfire Signs

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Watchfire Signs engineers and manufactures the best-looking and most durable LED signs and digital billboards in the industry to help businesses and organizations increase visibility and drive growth. We have created more than 35,000 LED signs for banks, retail, schools, places of worship and other locations. Pixel pitch available in 16mm, 19mm, 25mm and 35mm.

Watchfire Signs

 •  October 11

Watchfire Signs will introduce a new 8 inch Price Watcher gas sign designed to drive more traffic and sales for C-Store owners, at NACS Show 2017, October 17-20 at McCormick Place, Chicago. We will debut the 8 inch Price Watcher both at our NACS booth #3009 and in the Cool New Products Preview Room. The Price Watcher 8 inch model delivers a...

Watchfire Signs

 •  October 3

Technology is driving big changes everywhere in our society, including digital signage. Today, digital signage owners can leverage advances in interactive marketing that provide unprecedented methods to personalize advertising messages and tailor them to precisely fit the needs of customers. A host of tech tools are available to sign owners that...

Watchfire Signs

 •  September 12

Local businesses and big advertisers use digital signage differently, and use different terminology to describe their signage. Many struggle with identifying the difference between a digital billboard and an LED sign since outward appearances would suggest they are the same except for size. However, the way digital displays are permitted, where...

Watchfire Signs

 •  September 6

Digital signs can become a vital resource for the benefit of their communities, and local businesses often run safety-related messages during hurricane season. These messages keep local residents informed when they may not have reliable access to traditional media while on the road. If you’ve invested in an LED display, you may wonder how a...

Watchfire Signs

 •  August 29

In another advancement for digital billboard operators, Watchfire announces an industry-exclusive pre-sale advertising plan available on the next 50 billboard purchases. The Watchfire Advertising Plan connects billboard operators with Blip Billboards to deliver pre-sold advertising that dramatically reduces the upfront price of any new Watchfire...

Watchfire Signs

 •  August 23

Watchfire Signs announces that Ben Barr has been promoted to director of sign division sales, East Coast, succeeding John Kunze, who is retiring after 26 years with the company. Barr joined Watchfire Signs in 2007. Over his tenure, Barr has held the position of territory manager in the mid-Atlantic and most recently the Northeast USA and Eastern...

Watchfire Signs

 •  August 3

Watchfire manufactures digital billboards with high quality LEDs, meticulously sourced and tightly graded by color and brightness. Our LED binning process is up to 4 times more refined than manufacturers who rely on single-bin LEDs. Then we take our focus on uniformity a step further, color calibrating every digital billboard and XVS LED sign,...

Watchfire Signs

 •  July 18

Multi-tenant retail locations have long been an intrinsic part of the retail landscape. With increasing competition from online retailers, many worry about the longevity of brick and mortar stores. Recent industry studies, however, point to a strong continuation of in-store shopping, and further validates the importance of responsive, flexible and...

Watchfire Signs

 •  June 16

Pixel pitch is a common way the sign industry describes an LED sign’s resolution. A pixel is comprised of a single grouping or cluster of LED diodes – typically one red, one blue and one green. The pixel may share a lens, as in the case of a surface mount diode, or it may be made up of three separate LEDs. The simple rule of thumb is that a lower...

Watchfire Signs

 •  June 16

Pixel pitch is a common way the sign industry describes an LED sign’s resolution. A pixel is comprised of a single grouping or cluster of LED diodes – typically one red, one blue and one green. The pixel may share a lens, as in the case of a surface mount diode, or it may be made up of three separate LEDs. The simple rule of thumb is that a lower...