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COVID 19 UPDATE

To our valued customers,

Due to COVID 19 stage 4 restrictions and in the interest of our team and  local (and wider) community we have moved to a remote working system.
Although it’s an unusual time we find ourselves in, it’s business as usual for us and we can still be contacted via email signs@progressmornington.com. We are continuing to process artwork and  digital based needs so we’re ready for you when we’re able to return.

For any emergency needs please contact  Steve on 0438 759 188 or
Craig on 0418 743 868.

Stay safe, stay home, and together we’ll get through this.

Print
Fabrication
Installation

COVID 19 UPDATE

To our valued customers,

Due to COVID 19 stage 4 restrictions and in the interest of our team and  local (and wider) community we have moved to a remote working system.
Although it’s an unusual time we find ourselves in, it’s business as usual for us and we can still be contacted via email signs@progressmornington.com. We are continuing to process artwork and  digital based needs so we’re ready for you when we’re able to return.

For any emergency needs please contact  Steve on 0438 759 188 or
Craig on 0418 743 868.

Stay safe, stay home, and together we’ll get through this.

About Us

Established in its namesake street in Mornington in 1988, Progress Signs is a family business that has painted itself into the town’s community.

Graeme Pollerd has lived on the peninsula for four decades and prior to Progress had run a few businesses… “I was at a loose end, in-between jobs and saw an opening. I was working with farm machinery and a local land agent let me know that a sign-writer was needed in the area.” At the time, oldest son Steve was working as an apprentice in the sign-writing trade and dad soon convinced him to team up to form a new enterprise. “One of the qualified tradies came with me, I finished my apprenticeship, and we were away,” said Steve. A couple of years later, son Craig was looking for a cabinetmaking apprenticeship: “but there was nothing around, till one of dad’s crew said ‘Well why wouldn’t you do your apprenticeship here?’” “Dad said ‘Think about it for a week’ but I knew I was keen; I finished year 10 and then I joined,” Said Craig.

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