21 November 2017
KKP Sarnia purchases Art and Letter Signs
SARNIA—
KKP Sarnia Store
KKP Sarnia Store
KKP Sarnia ( Kwik Kopy) has bought Art and Letters Signs of Sarnia.KKP Sarnia has been run by the Hyatt family since 1988. With a staff of 11 and sales of up ward of $1 3/4 million . With Art and Letter Signs coming on to the market they felt this was a great time to expand the operation. They are able to expand into digital signs, banners, decals, vehicle wraps and more. KKP Sarnia was originally started by Michael Hyatt's parents Walt and Dianne Hyatt who sold the business to Michael in 2010.
 
Art and Letter Signs was started in 1971 and has a staff of 3. It has both wide format equipment and screen printing equipment . Producing industrial and commercial signs from Lawn to traffic signs,indoor and out door signs. Also specialty products such as  decals, ID tags, engraved and magnetic signs. Arts and Letter Signs will stay in its current location and 2 of the staff will remain with the company.
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