Chicago-area signage firm offers 'We Will Rebuild' stickers to New Orleans

Ill. signage firm William Frick & Co. also is assisting utility and other construction crews in rebuilding areas affected by Hurricane Katrina with much needed warning, danger and caution signs as well as utility pole numbers and safety markers...

LIBERTYVILLE, IL, Sept. 15, 2005 -- William Frick & Co. is assisting construction crews in rebuilding areas affected by hurricane Katrina with much needed warning, danger and caution signs as well as utility pole numbers and safety markers. Signage will help identify dangerous sites to both workers and civilians in affected areas and will help to protect them from injury. All materials can be custom colored and designed to fit precise specifications.

William Frick's print and art crews are working around the clock to provide the quickest turnaround times possible to ensure needed product reaches the hands of workers in the field. In addition, the Chicago-area company is providing "We Will Rebuild" stickers to let those in need know that William Frick is anxious to help in any way it can.

"I would like to let people know that they are able to request them from us and we will be happy to send them out," said company spokesperson Stephanie Witkiewicz.

Companies in the gas, utility, power, telecommunications, electrical, etc., industries are welcome to call 847-918-3700 and speak with a customer service representative to receive information on signage they may need. If interested in obtaining free stickers, please contact Witkiewicz at 847-918-3700.

William Frick & Co. (www.fricknet.com), of Libertyville, Ill., is a manufacturer of custom printed products, specializing in high-quality graphic products for a wide range of manufacturers, utility companies and distribution organizations. The company works with municipalities as well as in the stormwater and wastewater segments. Among its products are labels, tags, signage, marking flags for locating buried lines, and curb markers for drains.

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