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Shenango Screenprinting

About Shenango

Shenango Screenprinting, Inc. is your online sign resource. Purchase signs directly from our online catalog. Use our Custom Price Quote form to inquire about products not listed here, or call us Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm at (208)667-1406. We are located in beautiful Post Falls, Idaho between Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and Spokane, Washington.

? Real Estate Signs: When it comes to Real Estate signs, we really know our business. Hundreds of prominent Real Estate companies come to us for a wide variety of products, including commercial and residential yard signs, name riders, web riders and open house signs. We also stock a large inventory of standard riders, frames and hardware.

? Forest Service & Land Management Signs: Finding the right sign for Forestry & Land Management can be a difficult task, but we understand all of the Forest Service specifications when it comes to the readability and durability of these signs.

? Political Signs: If you are looking for a cheap but effective way to spread your message, then look no further. We have done many types of political signs, and for very competitive prices.

? Fish & Wildlife Signs: Whether its managing fish & wildlife populations, public and private lands, sportsmen interaction, or fishing and hunting, it all goes smoother with a little guidance from a simple posted message.

? Campground Signs: Campgrounds & Recreation areas demand an extremely wide variety of signs. We have supplied many campgrounds with standard and specific signs.

? Fire Safety Signs: Fire safety signs are extremely important to all of us, no matter what way of life we may lead. Here at Shenango, we have been involved with several organizations, such as the US Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Land Management, to help with fire safety. During the summer wildfire season, we rush production and shipment to make sure they arrive in time.

? Parks, Recreation & Trail Signs: Various city, county, state, federal and volunteer organizations count on us for a wide variety of signs, such as directional way-finding signs, safety warnings, as well as maps.

? Snowmobile & Ski Signs: Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are all very popular here in the Great Northwest. We have done many snow-trail maps, as well as the complete sign system to go with them. We understand how important it is to have a visible sign when you are miles into the back country.

? MUTCD & Road Signs: We have signs for public roads & highways, logging & construction, emergencies & just about any other situation.

? And much more . . .: Decals and Magnetic signs, Contractor signs, Banners, Site signs, Point of Purchase displays . . .

Company & Product Description

Shenango Screenprinting, Inc. specializes in printing on unusual flat-stock, such as plastics, cardboards, vinyls, and metals. The small business employs six to eight people who take great pride in its reputation for high quality silk-screen printing and exceptional customer service. Shenango has been successfully serving its customers since 1987, with continued growth allowing for a 1997 expansion into a 6,000 square foot plant in Post Falls, Idaho.

The company claims skilled expertise in printing on corrugated polypropylene, and is also building a strong reputation in reflective signage. Customers rest assured knowing their products receive the same meticulous attention to detail which has kept the company strong in a challenging industry.

Typical Printing

Miscellaneous plastic signs for indoor and outdoor use, point of purchase displays, real estate yard signs, political posters, magnetic vehicle door signs, vinyl decals, metal tags, reflective road signs, trail marking systems, Forest Service travel posters, campground signs and much more.

Unique Printing

Wooden coat hangers, plastic pianos, rubber pads, waterslide decals for ceramics, three ring binders, replica decals for antique 1/3 scale flying airplanes, machinery faceplates, wooden calendars and stepladders, glass and Plexiglas clocks, miniature name tags and giant "No Wake" signs.

Unique Name?

Not really. The Shenango River flows through the Shenango Valley in western Pennsylvania, where hundreds of municipalities and private enterprises share the name in one form or another. Shenango Steel and Shenango China were once world powers in their industries, but are now nothing but memories. Prior to the Industrial Revolution the Shenango River was a part of the Erie Canal system, and before colonial days it was lined with Shenango Indian Villages (a.k.a. "Kuskuskis"). These people were part of the once populous Seneca Tribe, known for their corn planting and mountaineering skills. They were members of the Confederacy of Six Tribes comprising the fabled Iriquois Nation. The company logo is historically accurate and is intended to honor and keep their memory alive.

6120 Commerce Loop

Post Falls Id 83854

Sales & Service (208) 667-1406

Fax (208) 667- 0389

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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814

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