The first new sign stand for the Gull Lake Sign Corridor arrived yesterday. This year, the Tourism Committee will install five new sign stands along the corridor to replace ageing sign stands and give the corridor a more uniform appearance. The new sign supports will hold the new 8X8 signs, which will replace the previous 4X4 signage for increased visibility. Stevenson Resources Welding and Fabrication created the new sign posts locally. The stands are lightweight, long-lasting, and secured to the ground using grain bin anchors.
Getting your business seen is easier with the help of advertising in the Gull Lake Sign Corridor. Your business sign will be seen by thousands of people each week, with 5,200 vehicles passing through every day. All earnings from the sign corridor go to the Gull Lake Tourism Committee. The Tourism Committee is in responsible for the promoting, expanding and improving tourism in the Gull Lake area. It also manages our town's campsite and museum.
For more information on how to get your sign in the Gull Lake Sign Corridor, contact Blake (306) 672-7499 or Cole (306-671-9993.
Chairman Gull Lake Tourism Committee