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  Ypsi attorneys John and Lynn Bredell had a problem. Given their office location on speedy Huron, office visitors often missed the turn by the time they spotted the driveway.
  That means a lengthy round-about. Ordinances limit the size of free-standing yard signage so that was out.
  “I thought about putting a neon sign in the south facing window, so people driving on Huron would see our office,” John said.  “However, I realized that the window was blocked by a large tree during the summer and fall months.  But I had talked to a neon artist and really liked the idea of an old-fashioned neon sign that we could place in our east window.” 
  The Bredells hired Al Bodrie of Royal Oak, doing business as Alboco Neon, to create the sign. The outline is in pink, the B&B is in red, and the other lettering is in green. It’s bright and eye pleasing.
“The response has been very positive,” John reported.
 

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