Fastsigns of Roseville Wins Award for Comprehensive Sign and Visual Graphics Project

Author: FASTSIGNS® of Roseville, MN

(ROSEVILLE, MN.) Feb. 14, 2019 — Joe and Marcia Kopp, owners at FASTSIGNS of Roseville, were recently awarded the Grand Prize for the Customer Solutions contest at the 2019 FASTSIGNS International Convention recently held in Orlando, Florida.

The FASTSIGNS Customer Solutions Awards recognize franchisees that do great work for customers with one grand prize winner, one second place winner and one third place winner selected from the approximately 30 winners from the three quarterly 2018 contests in the US and Canada.

Grace church


The winning project included a comprehensive update and complete interior remodel for Grace Church of Roseville. To complete this, the FASTSIGNS team utilized a variety of visual media to bring the Grace Church brand to life throughout the remodeled space. They layered printed vinyl, laminate and dimensional lettering to create visually interesting and dramatic wall spaces to compliment the architectural design. Branded Kiosks incorporating IPAD stations welcomed parents to register their kids for Childcare during services.

Grace church


From creative wayfinding signs to etched window graphics, FASTSIGNS created a consistently branded presence throughout the church across rooms, entryway and hallways. One of the more dramatic elements of the project included the use of a 3M pre-printed product called DI-NOC, which was used to create a wood grain visual across a 10 inch high by 34 inch wide wall. The FASTSIGNS team also designed a room identification system with an insert window to assist in the constantly changing events taking place throughout the facility.

Grace church


“Grace Church has experienced a 14% increase in membership since completion of the project,” said Marcia Kopp, owner at FASTSIGNS of Roseville. “Three percent is the industry standard, so Grace Church is ecstatic with the result.”

“We are so proud of our how our team came together to make it happen. It was definitely a ‘group think’ to determine how to best execute the architect’s design,” said Kopp. “Upon completion, we took the entire team on a tour. They were blown away by how awesome all of the elements looked in the environment … and very proud of their contribution.”