The Wallingford Sign could be the funniest gas station signboard in America
A gas station in Seattle, Washington, is generating Internet buzz for its creative signs.
Cassandra Spangler, the manager of the Chevron in the Wallingford neighborhood, said she believes the signs have had a positive impact in the community. They have sayings like: “Ban pre-shredded cheese. Make America grate again.”
The sign was created in 2005, as the gas station’s website states:
“In October of 2005 we converted our auto repair shop into an ExtraMile convenience store and suddenly we had a problem. It had always been easy to think of useful messages to put on the sign for things like service promotions and store specials and the like. But with the ExtraMile, there were no more cars to fix and the place was plastered with store specials.”
They post sign updates on Twitter and Facebook.
— Jason Klein (@winonthe1sttri) January 25, 2015
— Wallingford Chevron (@WallingfordSign) September 15, 2014