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Electronic signs for municipalities: Las Vegas or lost revenues?

There are many municipalities around the Midwest looking for new ways to increase sales tax revenues. Some are into the traditional approaches of bringing in developers to develop open lands and renovate old structures. Others are trying to entice businesses with tax incentives and reduced fees to relocate a business within their municipalities.

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Full article >>> o make up for that major sales tax revenue loss. When you look at the money generated by businesses using electronic message centers versus ones using conventional signs, it's apparent that you must update your city or village ordinance. This includes updating signage for the municipality itself. Electronic signs can be very tasteful.

There have been studies showing that an electronic si......

Full article >>> ss revenues to $323,640. In the second year of installation, revenues increased another 32 percent, which resulted in an annual gross income of $427,204.

Myth: Signs Impact Traffic

There are already studies that have shown electronic signs do not contribute to Carlini & Associates. Carlini can be reached at or 773-370-1888. Copyright 2006 Jim Carlini.

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