*Site designed by Zink Signs, Inc. - 2007
In 1948, L.L. "Swito" Zink lettered the first of a fleet of trucks for a new company.  For years, vehicle lettering and small signs were his "bread and butter".  He and his wife, Mable, worked together building clientele and a reputation.
As time passed, the jobs got larger and the capabilities expanded.  In the 1960's, screen printing and several billboards were added to the company's product line.  Fleet marketing took on a different approach, and with it a wider range of customers.
The company took a major turn in the 1970's when a son came into the business.  Textile printing was added in the 1980's as well as computerized signmaking.  Digital printing was incorporated in the 1990's and embroidery in the 2000's.  Now in its third generation, Zink Signs has always evolved to meet the needs of its customers and continues to do so.
Mable & Swito Zink - Founders
Baird Trailer Sales Fleet - c. 1949