Our portfolio has a very large range of unique signage.
Big ChickieRudy Hansen’s service station is getting a new lease on life. After 40 years in business, this historic location is becoming the new home of Big Chickie, a charcoal rotisserie chicken restaurant. The brainchild of Seattle restaurateur Matt Stubbs, Big Chickie came about from his childhood love of pollo a la brasa.
WHAT WE DO BEST
We Build Custom Signs.
Western Neon serves all your signage needs. matching your company with the proper visual message. Our staff understands the need to maximize your visibility and lasting presence in the marketplace. Whether incorporating neon, LED, fluorescent, dimensional components or digital images, our signs are built to your best fit.Learn About Our Services
We have a strong commitment to the environment. We are proud to be the first sign company in Washington to start recycling neon tubing. Our method of manufacturing and recycling neon tubing is used by King County as a model for the local sign industry.Learn More About Us
For nearly 25 years, Jay Blazek has been at the helm of Western Neon, furthering the training he received from his family and adding innovative techniques along the way. The company staff is approaching 20 members, each dedicated to making client satisfaction paramount.
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