FASTSIGNS celebrates new facility

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Owners Jay and Lois Sensenig were joined by local business and government representatives at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new location of FASTSIGNS of Greencastle at 20 Commerce Ave.

FASTSIGNS of Greencastle, a locally owned and operated sign and visual graphics provider, recently held an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its new facility located at 20 Commerce Ave., on the corner intersecting U.S. 11 near Graphics Universal and Antrim Diesel.

 “We were honored to invite our customers, city and state officials, and the community into our newly renovated facility and show them what goes on behind the scenes in our production area,” said franchisee Jay Sensenig, who owns FASTSIGNS of Greencastle with his wife, Lois. “We can produce a wide range of custom signs and graphics, some of which people may not have even known were possible.”

Nearly 20 people attended the ribbon-cutting including Pennsylvania Sen. John H. Eichelberger Jr., state Rep. Paul Schemel, Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce Director Georgina Cranston, Tuscarora Area Chamber of Commerce Director Chris Ardinger, Antrim Township Administrator Brad Graham and Ben Thomas, who is running for mayor of Greencastle.

FASTSIGNS of Greencastle is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at 717-593-0668 or For more information, visit