Established January 3rd 1962.
After realizing the need for sign paint in 1962 Jack and Phyllis Reinke created Pacific Coast Paint as nearly all signs were made with paint back then. In the 1970s and 80s adhesive backed vinyl emerged, and with that, the new technology to produce signs without a dry time. In the 80s, Pacific Coast Paint began selling computerized vinyl cutters to Oregon and Washington sign makers. In the 90s came thermal resin printers; the first digital printers that would stand up to outdoor elements. It was at this time we needed to make a change to avoid confusion of our mission, Pacific Coast Paint registered the dba of Pacific Coast Sign Supply®. Today Pacific Coast Sign Supply® supplies several states with the latest technology in eco-solvent and UV printers that produce durable outdoor/indoor images supported by in house technicians at our Portland office and showroom.