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Sabrina Davis

President and Owner, Port City Signs & Graphics
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Sabrina Davis is president and owner of Port City Signs & Graphics. She began her career in broadcast journalism as a radio news anchor in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, while in school at UNC-Chapel Hill. After college, she was a TV ne  

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Mar 22, 2018

What are We Selling?

I had the amazing opportunity recently for Donald Miller, the website effectiveness guru, to review our Port City Signs & Graphics website in person. Donald is the author of “StoryBrand ...

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Mar 2, 2018

Signs are Not My Thing, But I Need One… Yesterday

We are all feeling so rushed these days. We carry our calendars on our phones in our pockets. We fill the timeslots so tightly, that often there is little pause to digest what happened in the first ...

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Feb 20, 2018

What Do Your Office Walls Say About You?

Pick up any home décor magazine and you will find references on how your walls define your personality. From the paint color and the art you hang to the books on your shelves, they all say s ...

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Feb 5, 2018

Five Examples of Solving Business Problems with Window Enhancements

Windows are an amazing technology that are so commonplace that we almost never stop to think about the fact that they’re literally clear walls. Being able to see through a wall is prac ...

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