partially processed quality signage product
See this sign, currently located eastbound on Madison Blvd. Read the sign carefully.
A transcript of a phone call I placed to STG Outdoor (256-536-1568) just now:
|me:||"Hello. I have questions about your billboard on Madison Blvd… In addition to production work, do you offer any kind of proofreading service?"|
|Ms. Salesdroid:||"I'm sorry, I don't understand the question. What do you mean?"|
|me:||"I'm wondering if you offer any kind of error-checking for your clients' billboards. Spelling, grammar, etc."|
|Ms. Salesdroid:||"Well, we usually look over the design with the client, but no, no error-checking like that."|
|me:||"Is there a separate charge for this look-over?"|
|me:||"All right. That's what I needed to know. Thank you very much."|
Wow. I feel so much better now—here I thought businesses were actually being charged for that kind of highly specialized editing. It's good to know that outdoor sign companies aren't overcharging folk here in northwest Alabama for their quality signage product.
It's also good to know that our billboard creators are doing their best to prevent our innocent children from being exposed to bad grammar and spelling. Think of the horror of low SAT scores that would result if they didn't!
(I wonder if this company does copywriting—and, if so, how much they charge?)