Volunteers contribute to TECH property refresh

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Five employees from Luminous Neon Art & Sign Systems participated in the United Way of Reno County’s Community Work Day held August 26, 2016.

Stacy Irvin, Heath Allen, Megan Schaffer, Adam Ortega and Janie McLemore helped make improvements to a property owned by the Training and Education Center of Hutchinson. TECH helps Hutchinson-area individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities live the fullest life possible. The Luminous team removed wood planks and stingers from an old fence and rebuilt it using new materials.

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The project was one of dozens across the community benefiting from more than 500 volunteers participating in the United Way’s 11th annual community work day. Learn more via the Hutchinson News article covering this event.



Employing nearly 80 people in locations across Kansas, the company’s workforce boasts an average tenure of more than 12 years with Luminous Neon Art & Sign Systems and a collective 1,216 years of industry experience. Founded in 1928, the company celebrates its 88th anniversary in 2016.

As the largest on-premise sign provider in Kansas, Luminous Neon Art & Sign Systems offers full project management capabilities including permitting, design, fabrication, installation, service and repair.

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