Next phase of growth for company celebrating 30 year anniversary

Signs by Crannie has begun the move to their new building Flint Township in April, 2015 – 30 years after the business was started.

The recently renovated 52,000 square foot building at 4145 Market Place in Flint Township across from Bishop Airport represents the continued expansion of the company started in April 1985 by Dan Crannie, owner and founder, whose business outgrew its previous three locations.

Crannie began his career pin-striping cars for friends while attending Southwestern High School in Flint. The skills he learned at the Genesee County Skill Center landed him his first job hand-painting window signs for Hamady Brothers Grocery stores. In 1985, he started Signs by Crannie, and rented space from his uncle at Crannie Construction. A short time later, he purchased his first building Flint Township, and later moved the business to Flushing.

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