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The American Sign Museum started as an idea from a former editor/publisher of a signs industry magazine (Signs of the Times), Tom Swormstedt. Since it opened to the public in 2005, the museum continued to grow its sign collection to more than 3,800 pieces. Outside the museum, guests are welcomed by a 20 feet high genie that used to be Aladdin Carpeteria?s signage from Los Angeles.

Because of its still growing collection of various neon signs and icons, the company decided to move and construct a new building. According to Tod, the new site will be four times bigger than the existing museum and is scheduled to launch in 2012. Tod himself conducts scheduled tours. For now, the museum is accepting visitors by appointment only.
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