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Montreal Neon turns student design into sign

Montreal Neon, which designs, produces, installs and maintains signs and is headquartered in Laval, Que., recently ran a competition with local schools, where students were asked to design a sign in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.

Employees at the head office judged all the entries and selected the first prize winners, a team comprising Monica Pepin, LoriAnn Pelletier-Theberge and Joannie Lemm from Rosemere High School in Rosemère, Que. Their design was made into a small sign and donated to their school. The students also received $50 gift cards for Indigo bookstores.

The competition was an opportunity for Montreal Neon to invite the winners, other students, teachers and parents to tour its facility. The company will open its doors again on Oct. 6 to students and other young people in the community for Sign Manufacturing Day.

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