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Celebrating 10 Years Of The American Sign Museum


Are you looking for a sign? Aren'?t we all at some point in life? At the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington, you may not find THE sign you seek, but you'?ll certainly have a great time looking. On display throughout a 40,000-square-foot former parachute factory are thousands of signs, from sets of Burma Shave roadside signs or a 50-foot-long ad for Mail Pouch Tobacco, still gracing the side of a barn, to bright, colorful neon signs promoting everything from restaurants to churches to Persian rugs. Joining us to discuss the American Sign Museum, and its tenth anniversary this year, are museum founder Tod Swormstedt and WVXU reporter Bill Rinehart, who is always searching for signs.

?10 Celebrations for 10 Years? is a year-long schedule of events designed to offer something fun and entertaining for everyone at the American Sign Museum, for more information, click here.