During the 2018-19 school year the Bertha-Hewitt High School's superintendent, Eric Koep, and technology director, Scott Wegner, hatched a plan to keep their students engaged. Bertha-Hewitt had plenty of technology for students to unleash their creativity on, so why not share that creativity with the world while helping the students learn about entrepreneurship? Using the laser engraver that the school had received two year prior, one group of students started creating custom plaques, pens, and coasters. Another group began experimenting with the plasma cutter in the shop, eventually perfecting the art of making custom sheet metal signs. As the program gained public attention leading up to its launch, Mike and Jenny Aksamit offered their newest business venture to the program: Pure Goodness Bath and Body. Pure Goodness makes everything from goat's milk soap to lip balm.
Our Lake Signs
We take pride in making Lake Signs for people who love being on the lake. We make a metal sign in the shape of your lake with our state-of-the-art plasma cutter, then we weld nails on the back and polish the front. To pull it all together, we nail them to antique barn wood so you can have the old country feel.
Our Metal Sports Signs
If supporting your local sports teams is something you love doing, then get yourself a metal sign of their logo! We love making signs of local sports teams. If you are interested in a sign, email us about your query. Thank you!
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