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330-386-4768

47366  Y & o  Rd.           East Liverpool, Ohio  43920

Campbell Signs & Apparel

 

is a full service sign and apparel shop.

Offering:

  • digital graphics
  • vehicle wraps
  • banners
  • pinstriping
  • logo design
  • screen printing
  • embroidery
  • varsity jackets

and much more!

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East Liverpool Brand Development and Design


Campbell Signs & Apparel was established in 1989. We are a family owned and operated business with over 75 years of artistic design experience on staff to give each customer a special and unique product. We take pride in being active in our community and are proud supporters of the school districts and youth activities in the Tri-State Area of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

      We are the experts when it comes to East Liverpool brand development and design and we offer personal service at competitive prices with reliable completion times. Whether it’s a simple House For Sale sign or Vehicle Wraps in East Liverpool, OH, a dozen Shirts or 500 Bags,

every customer’s job is important.

      Campbell of Breadalbane Crest Badge

This is the crest badge of the Campbells of Breadalbane, also called the Glen Orchy Campbells. It is a boar's head with the motto, Follow Me.

      Campbell, one of the most eminent and influential highland clans in the history of Scotland, draws its origins in the mists of antiquity, being prominent even in the earliest Scottish kingdom, Dalriada. The Clan is also known as Clan Diarmid, after the Ossianic hero from whom the Clan is descended. According to tradition, Diarmid died from an injury received after slaying a fierce wild boar. The Campbell Clan crest is a boar's head, the motto is Ne Oblivicaris - "Forget Not" and the warcry or rallying cry in battle is "Cruachan", from a prominent mountain and landmark on their lands beside Loch Awe. The name Campbell arose in the thirteenth century when Duncan MacDuibhne the Clan Chief at the original stronghold in Lochawe, Argyll, held the Gaelic nickname of Cam Beul, meaning "crooked mouth", and his descendants maintained this from then on as their Clan name.

If you're interested in signs, t-shirt printing, embroidery, or need our East Liverpool brand development and design services,contact our helpful staff today!

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