Here’s a sign on Interstate 65, south of Elizabethtown, Kentucky:
This is a great sign. It’s memorable and clear as a bell. Guy’s got cattle to sell. Here’s the number.
We should all write as well.
This a sign on Charlotte Pike in Nashville:
If you’re having trouble reading it, it says, “Sanitary Barber Shop.”
I didn’t realize this was an issue, but maybe people were concerned about conditions at other barber shops in the area, so the owner of this barber shop thought it was important to tell everyone his shop is clean.
I mean, by naming his business the Sanitary Barber Shop, he must believe that cleanliness is the thing that gives him an edge over the competition.
And he might be right.
You don’t see a lot of barber shops anymore, and this one’s still in business.
Finally, here’s a sign I saw inside a local Target a while back:
Only in Tennessee, right?
Actually, the store was being remodeled. They’d moved the merchandise but hadn’t gotten around to moving the signs.
Unless beer now counts as an energy drink.