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Signs of spring in the Willamette Valley

Posted on: April 7th, 2014 by Madeline MacGregor in News & Press | No Comments

What’s all that blue and white about?

Image of Oregon Travel Experience Highway Business Sign Brochure CoverEver wonder how that other business just down the road from you got their highway business sign? Do you have a local business located in the heart of wine, horse or stunning Oregon country? Wouldn’t it be great if you could send Sunday drivers your way without spending a fortune?

Well how about a “Tourist Oriented Directional.” That’s some pretty crazy regulatory language for signs that help motorists find your location. They’re especially helpful if your business is in a rural area.

If you want to see some of our smaller off-interstate signs, check out the gallery below. The photos were taken along OR Route 221, and the beautiful farmland they’re located near, between Salem and Dayton. (Click on the image twice to see full size.)

And don’t forget to contact us at 1-800-574-9397 for more info on how to get your own, or link to our Highway Business Sign web page for all of the important FAQs.


Are you already a sign customer, but would like refer OTE to your friends who own businesses that might benefit from an OTE sign? Download a copy of our latest brochure. (This is a large file, and may take 20 seconds or more to download depending on your Internet connection,)

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