Little bit of information about the owners, Brothers Yancy & Thad: we grew up in the small business world, working for the family business, “Nanny’s Best”, in Hamilton, TX. We also had our own enterprises that were pursued from a young age. This is where we learned the importance of promoting and stimulating the local economy as well as bettering the community through our actions. We studied Business at Baylor University, which helped to refine and better the knowledge of small business operations gained from our family’s business. Not only do we have MANY years of experience in business, but also an extraordinary sense of professionalism and business attitude. Ensuring that we, as well as our customers, are satisfied and never doubt the products or services we provide. Making sure we are committed to a process of quality control and customer approval as a top priority.
2B Signs & More offers full service design, production and installation for a wide range of signs including: banners, channel letters, corporate identity signs, post & panel signs, illuminated signs, magnetic signs, road signs, vehicle wraps, vehicle graphics, truck & van decals, semi truck decals, nameplates and plaques, pole signs, construction signs made of wood or aluminum, monument signs, decals, architectural signs, ADA tactile signs (signs required by the Americans with Disabilities act), large format digital printing, real estate signs, real estate riders, yard signs, trade show signs, event signs and many more. Using a range of materials from wood, metal, plastics and vinyl, 2B Signs & More can create the signage to fit your image.
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28yrs old with a Masters (MSIS) from Baylor University where he was a 3 year starter on the O-line from '04-'06 with a BBA in International Business, also from Baylor University. He has been playing professional football since that time.
25yrs old with a triple Bachelors (MIS, Marketing, Management) from Baylor University, attending from '05-'09, where he was a 3 year starter on the O-line before his athletic career was ended prematurely due to emergency back surgery.