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Appointments 12 January 2016
Canadian to chair the ISA board of directors
For the first time in nearly two decades a Canadian has become the chairman of the International Sign Association board. Robert Mattatall (left) of Mattatall Signs Ltd., in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, will take on the roll.

The executive committee also includes vice chair Jeff Young of YESCO in Salt Lake City, Utah; secretary/treasurer Mark Granberry, Graphic Solutions Group in Dallas, Texas; and immediate past chair Chris Flejtuch of Quality Quick Signs in Depew, N.Y.

“The 2016 ISA Board of Directors is one of the most experienced in ISA history,” Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO, said. “They have a keen understanding of the issues facing our industry and the experience and insight to guide ISA in better serving our member companies and helping them grow their businesses.”

The 2016 ISA Board of Directors:

Executive Committee
Robert Mattatall, Mattatall Signs Ltd., Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Jeff Young, YESCO, Salt Lake City, Utah
Mark Granberry, Graphic Solutions Group Inc., Dallas, Texas
Chris Flejtuch, Quality Quick Signs, Depew, N.Y.

At-Large/Unrestricted
Christina Galgan, Walgreens, Deerfield, Ill.
Rick Scrimger, Roland DGA Corp., Irvine, Calif.

Affiliated Associations Council
Joe Gibson, Ramsay Signs, Inc., Portland, Ore.
Michael Hage, All Signs, Inc., Gulfport, Miss.
Michael Quigley, Sign-Age of Tampa Bay, Inc., Clearwater, Fla.
Ben Ziglin, Ziglin Signs, Washington, Mo.

Direct Member Council
Richard Poyant, Poyant Signs Inc., New Bedford, Mass.
John Yarger, North American Signs, Inc., South Bend, Ind.

Suppliers/Distributors Council
Craig Campbell, ORAFOL Americas, Black Creek, Ga.
Ken VanHorn, Mimaki USA, Inc., Suwanee, Ga.
Jim Wilson, Montroy Sign & Graphic Products, Reno, Nev.

The ISA represents manufacturers, suppliers and users of on-premise signs and sign products from the United States and 60 countries around the world. ISA and its affiliated associations work to support, promote, and improve the worldwide sign and visual communications industry, which employs more than 200,000 American workers and has an economic impact of $37.5 billion.
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