Nicolet Sign has new home at Windsor Center
The staff at Nicolet Sign is comprised of, from left, front row, Debbie Carlotto (office manager) and Blake Bialik (district manager); in back are Glen Barth (foreman) and Kris Hughes (owner). Not pictured are Jordan Charbarneau (designer), Andy Carlotto (office assistant) and Marco Arechiga (on-site assistant).
IRON RIVER—On Nov. 1, Nicolet Sign began a new chapter in its existence.
The Iron River-based company relocated from its former location within Northland Service to the Windsor Center after owner Kris Hughes retired from the automobile repair business in the fall after 30 years.
The short move from 500 W. Genesee Street to 612 W. Adams Street has been a positive.
“It’s been a great move for us,” Hughes said. “The sign company isn’t something where people walk in every day, but people are finding us here and the facility works great. It’s also nice that they’re happy to have us here to have a commercial business in the Windsor Center.”
Hughes first purchased Nicolet Sign from its previous owner in 2002. The company also has an outlet in Phelps, Wis. (where it originally started) and an installation facility in Milwaukee.
The company offers a host of services for customers in the Upper Peninsula and Wisconsin, including