Olympic Signs was the joint vision of two partners, Rob Whitehead and Bill
Pyter. Their vision became a reality in 1980 when they began their small
company in a two-car garage. They had scarcely any money and very limited
resources at their disposal. With only a pick-up truck and a manual crane,
Rob and Bill began installing and servicing local commercial signage.
Although they had very little, they had the firm belief that they produced
an exceptional product and delivered total customer satisfaction. It is
this philosophy that keeps Bill and Rob in business today.
Over the years, Olympic Signs enhanced their capabilities, expanded their
product and service line, and added a team to their two-man operation.
By 1985, they outgrew the garage and moved into their first real building.
After expanding beyond this building, and another 13,000 square foot facility
in Glendale Heights, Olympic Signs moved to Lombard, IL in 1997. It is
in the new 30,000 square foot building where Olympic Signs continues to
expand and prosper.