Our roots date back to 1903, establishing Mitchell Signs as one of the oldest continually operating sign companies in America.
Mitchell Signs, based in Mississippi, has helped companies of all sizes with their branding and signage needs. We design and create signs of all types, from vinyl lettering to high-rise signage and LED signs. We are there for you from start to finish of each project, also offering sign repair and sign service as needed. Our sales force actively covers Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Louisiana, but we will travel anywhere to meet your needs. You can find our work in 46 states and multiple countries.
Knowing the complicated process involved in a sign project, our mission is to make it EASY for you!
Whether your challenge is as simple as one sign or as complex as a 500-location conversion, our job is the same. We want to help you maximize your branding opportunities and fulfill all your identity and imaging needs.
“Mitchell coordinates the full scope of signage projects, which has made them an irreplaceable partner in our recent branding refresh. We had over 50 locations needing new signage in the tri-state area and Mitchell handled all the artwork, permitting, and installation scheduling. They are a true turn key solution for your signage needs, and we look forward to working with them on our future projects.”
“I worked with Mitchell Signs, and I couldn’t recommend a company more. Together with Mitchell Signs we coordinated many projects, developed sign standards for our branches, and worked through covid challenges all while navigating through 20 different municipalities. If you choose to rebrand with Mitchell Signs, you won’t regret it.”
“Mitchell Signs understands Irby’s needs, particularly, as we add new locations and update our brand identity for our existing locations. Additionally, they understand our need for quality solutions at the best price possible. Over time, a solid rapport and trust has been built with both companies—this is especially needed as Irby propels forward.”