Allure Signs and Printing celebrates 20th anniversary

Left to right: Laura Schlachter, Brad Hickman and Lee Vivod of Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce; Karilyn Cleary and Michele Loddo of Allure Signs and Printing; Judy Balsom of Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce; Sue Loddo of Allure, Peter Schwager of Marblehead Chamber and Tom Brown of Port Clinton Chamber.

The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the 20th anniversary of Allure Signs and Printing located at 5831 E. Harbor Road in Marblehead on Oct. 30.  Representatives from the Chambers congratulated them on this special occasion and wished them many more years of success. 

“We are ready for 20 more years,” said Allure’s Michele Laddo. Since moving to their new location, Allure has been doing more boat and vehicle wraps. “We can put anything on anything,” said Laddo, “from a shovel to a bus.”

One of Allure’s more interesting projects this year was transforming a Pittsburgh Steeler-themed golf cart to an OSU Buckeye cart.

Golf cart before and after.

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