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Tubular signs are fully collapsible, lightweight (approx. 4 lbs.), rust-free, no nuts & bolts, easy to setup real estate & yard signs which will dramatically impact the current worldwide sign industry that boasts millions of signs sold annually.
"Kenny, someday someone is going to invent a collapsible yard sign", a favorite line of Ken's Uncle Ray Coleman, forever cemented in his memory.
"I was 11 years old", Ken shares, "I remember high-fiving the football players as we were loading the plane for a football game in Utah and feeling proud to get to ride alongside my Uncle who was the Chairman of the Wichita St. Shockers Football Team Booster Club and President of the Wichita Board of Realtors. Big stuff for a kid."
Moments before takeoff, Ken's mother came and took teary-eyed Kenny off the plane. She felt uncomfortable about him flying that day. Hours later he learned of the devastating plane crash that took the lives of all but a few, including his Uncle Ray and Aunt Maxine, who took Ken's seat at the last moment.
The loss of the most important role figure in Ken’s life influenced him to follow in his Uncle’s footsteps, choosing a career in Real Estate and ultimately the engineering of the revolutionary sign his Uncle dreamed of.
This lifelong determination and goal of Ken’s is finally being realized in Southwest, MO, with the introduction of Tubular Signs~~~The Sign With A Difference. Tubular Signs revolutionary patent-pending design replaces the encumbrancing, old traditional design.
Starting May 1, 2015, Tubular Signs will launch its crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter. Our project can be found by searching for “Tubular Signs” on Kickstarter.com. Support at any level is valued and greatly appreciated, and will help Tubular Signs succeed at sharing this revolutionary sign with everyone!
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It is note worthy to let everyone know that a very cool and innovative real estate sign has been developed here in the Ozarks by a seasoned real estate agent and young engineer. If you are a real estate agent or have a Realtor friend let them know to check out Tubular Signs and support them in their startup phase!
I have seen the sign and it is a simple yet durable design. It essential takes a 24x24" metal sign and folds into a 'Tube Shape' hence the name Tubular Signs, measuring 2"x2"x24" which can be easily carried in hand and stored when not in use. Tubular Signs has already developed the prototype and are getting ready to start the test market phase. They are needing support as soon they will be looking to fund the project through kickstarter.com.
Be sure to connect with them on Facebook to stay updated.
Festival of Lights in Branson
During the Christmas season, there are lots of spectacular lights all through the city. The Branson Area Festival of Lights begins November 1, 2011 and ends January 2nd, 2012. There are several light displays all around town that you can drive through, or, if you don't want to drive, you could Ride the Ducks and let them take you to the lights all over Ozark Mountain Country.
The Trail of Lights at Shepherd of the Hills
The Shepherd of the Hills Homestead is lit up with an array of gorgeous lights. Drive through in the convenience of your car then indulge in hot chocolate in the gift shop and take a ride to the top of Inspiration Tower for a beautiful view of the Branson city night lights. Located west of Branson at the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, November 1, 2011 through January 2, 2012
Silver Dollar City's Old Time Christmas
Old Time Christmas begins November 5th at Silver Dollar City and runs through December 30th, 2011. Here you can see the miles of lights and the breathe-taking five story Christmas tree. There are also several shows like The Christmas Carol which will get your holiday off to a great start. Sit back with a cup of Hot Chocolate or Wassail and travel back in time to celebrate the holidays.
Click here for a comprehensive list of great Branson Vacation Packages we have to offer this time of year!
Branson Shows and Theaters
With all the holiday festivities around town, don't forget the hundreds of live shows and theaters in Branson. Many of them incorporate a Christmas theme into their existing show in order to help you celebrate the season. Located throughout Branson town from November 1st to December 31st
Branson Christmas Shopping
Need a gift for your family or friends? Branson has many outlet malls and shops to accommodate this, as well as the new Branson Landing shopping district in historic downtown Branson.
Package available September 20 to October 31, 2011.
Normally $455 - Reduced to $379
Total Price for 2 adults, tax included
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Here is what we have found for the latest Area appreciation shows in Branson Mo. As always, you can purchase discount tickets through our website. For a complete list of Branson Show Tickets.
If you are planning your Branson vacation you might find one of our many Branson vacation packages ideal. Remember if you book completely online you will save money, no service fee! take advantage.
Branson history from 1983 to 1991.
1983 - The Roy Clark Celebrity Theatre opens.
1987 - Box Car Willie is the first nationally known celebrity to purchase his own theater and perform on a permanent basis.
"Good Morning America" from the ABC national network does a show from Silver Dollar City. Presley's Jubilee and Baldknobber's Jamboree are fetured entertainment.
76 Music Hall opens featuring local entertainers.
1988 - Ozark Mountain Christmas begins to extend the visitor season into November and December.
Factory Merchants Mall opens
1989 - Shoji Tabuchi opens his own show in what was the Ozarks Auto Show (now Yakov's American pavilion)
1990 - Mel Tillis moves into Shoji's former theater.
Mickey Gilley purchases Country Music World.
1991 - Branson featured on CBS's "60 Minutes"
At season's end, Jim Stafford purchased The Stars of the Ozarks Theatre and names it the Jim Stafford Theatre and schedules opening for 1992.