Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Signs, Signs - Ships Start Here

Andy | Wednesday, October 26, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips
Taking their name from a campaign that was launched to promote community and political support for a ship building contract. It paid off with the awarding of a $25-billion contract to Irving Shipyard in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

15 comments:

  1. The Certainly Cinnamon got my attention!
    It's nice to know the community pulled together as a good community should. :)

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  2. There's been lots of news about the contract. But I don't really understand this sign. What does a ship have to do with cinnamon?

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  3. It must have been a day of great celebration in Halifax when they got the commission.

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  4. A fabulous idea - and a great image!

    My sign entry for today is on my main blog, Mike & D's Life...

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  5. Oh, I heard about that contract on the news!

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  6. I like shop names with a background story.

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  7. Halcyo, it has nothing to do with cinnamon. I would say the owner decided to use his store front window to advertise in favour of Halifax getting the ship building contract.

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  8. there's something cinnamony inside? i'm there.

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  9. a brilliant idea! more business for this store with the ship building contract in place.

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  10. Andy... this is a fine one. So colorful and eye-catching. Like it lots. genie

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  11. That's a cool sign, plus the cinnamon called to me, too!

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  12. lots to celebrate in Halifax!
    maybe one of the ships will be named cinnamon?!

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