The most notable thing about President Obama’s visit to a Washington, D.C., sign manufacturer Friday was not the President’s comments, or his traveling the short distance via helicopter, but the remarks from Guy Brami, principal of Gelberg Signs, about the company’s investment plans and its role in the community.
From the news release, “President Barack Obama Visits Washington, DC Based Gelberg Signs“:
“We see Gelberg Signs as a threshold company,” said Guy Brami, principal of Gelberg Signs, along with his brothers Luc and Neil. “We are not using the SBA loans or the federal tax incentives to just get by, but rather using them as a springboard to fuel our future growth. What we seek at this point is additional capital to take advantage of our excess capacity and potential revenue.”