Cima Service

Regal Goes Rebel

One of the most exciting aspects of working for a sign company is attending to a diverse variety of projects. Some expansive, complex projects require many months, even years, to complete. Others are spur-of-the-moment decisions spurred by a product release or special event that’s momentous enough to command special attention. The release of the latest…

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At Your Service

  Even the most well made signs and graphic components will eventually require repairs or replacement. Weather, vandalism and the general ravages of time inevitably take their toll on exterior signage and environmental branding. That’s why a sign company’s success depends immensely on its ability to service and maintain its customers’ signs. Cima’s service team…

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The Rite Stuff

  A quality signage and environmental-branding provider regards itself as more than a vendor, and its products as more than property identifiers. Cima Network views its role not just as a vendor of graphics for built environments, but also as a steward for our customers’ brands. Our work for Rite Aid Pharmacies’ locations serves as…

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What a Girl Wants

Cima Network provides a diverse repertoire of solutions. For American Girl’s stores, besides fabricating and installing their signage, we coordinate the cleaning and repair of their exterior awnings. Although curb appeal is essential for all retail destinations, it’s exponentially true for American Girl. For young girls, the stores hold an almost mythical status. With a…

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Faux Real

Every aspect of visual communication within a built environment represents the brand of the space’s owner, tenant or occupant. Every detail either enhances or detracts from their reputation.     What persona do you want your facility to convey? Playful? Professional? Traditional? Whatever statement you want your building interior to make, Cima Surfaces delivers decorated panels…

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Still Flying High

Whether you’re talking about a product or property, a brand can’t remain static if its owner or manager seeks long-term success. Updating signage and environmental branding to stay current with trends and cultural changes is as important as product mix and adoption of technology. Cima Network has maintained a years-long relationship with Madison Marquette, a…

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Trevor’s Flex Appeal

Trevor Ogle found his way into the sign industry at a young age. As a tech-school student that was learning the welding trade, he apprenticed with a sign company in 2004, and went to work there after graduation. Trevor acknowledged some of the shortcomings of vocational education: “Learning stuff from books was never my strong…

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Tapping Into Excellent Service

Cima Network is proud of high-profile projects we’ve designed, built and installed that have earned us editorial coverage. However, a company doesn’t keep customers and grow business without an ongoing commitment to keep current with industry trends. And, more importantly, providing every customer with the quality of service they’d expect if they were our only…

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Meet Mark Lockett

  Mark Lockett serves as Cima Network’s director of business development. How long have you worked in the sign industry, and what’s your current role with the company? I’ve worked in the sign industry for 12 years; I began as a junior PM with East Coast Signs. My job primarily involves working with existing clients…

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Cima Network Helps Cinepolis Grow U.S. Presence

Based in Morelia, Mexico, Cinepolis has become one of the foremost movie-theatre brands in Latin America. Its name translates to “city of cinema”, and it eventually grew to the largest theater operator in its home country, with more than 200 Mexican cinemas, and the fourth largest in the world, with more than 330 locations and…

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