The creations made by Riverbend Signworks of Bettendorf can be seen in thousands of buildings, hallways and vehicles. Brad Morrison, the company president and owner, said that even though the word “sign” is in its name, Riverbend is not really a sign company. “The best way to describe us is with the question: How can […]
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- Exterior signs on businesses, such as Grace Engineering in Davenport.
- Interior signs, such as lobby signs and wall graphics. Some of those recent creations are in schools in Clinton, Iowa, and Galesburg, Illinois.
- The business worked on the new Davenport Richard Bittner YMCA. It designed, created and executed/installed exterior signs, room signs, wall graphics, hanging signs, lobby signs, mission statements, dimensional letters and window graphics. The team was able to work collaboratively with the team at the Y, to create some visually appealing work.
- One of the more high visibility projects was the TBK Sports Complex. The work included design to installation of the exterior, wayfinding, room, environmental graphics and interior signage.
- Vehicle wraps advertising a company or organization. Riverbend recently put wraps on two vans for Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa. The artwork features a large white eagle logo on the vehicles. “Your advertising graphics will be seen by 30k-80k people everyday that you’re on the road. That’s 9 million impressions if you drive an average of 15,000 a year,” according to a blog by Rianne Brinker, an administration and marketing employee with Riverbend.