Our Family At North State Signs & Printing


Elmer “NO FEAR” Monroe

Elmer Monroe

Larry Moose – “The Muscle”

Larry Moose was an integral part of North State Signs & Printing during the re-branding period.  If you read the history section (https://northstatesigns.com/about-us/history/) you will see that in 2015, North State Signs & Printing was created.  Larry Moose has been faithfully showing up through that transition in 2015 until today.

Larry helps in production and installation of signage.  He can just about move “mountains” if you ask him.  I know that when we moved from Hillsborough Street to our current location on Capital Blvd, he put the sign shop on his “back” and helped move our high quality equipment.

If you come visit us at North State Signs & Printing, and hear the deep bass voice talking in the back….that’s Larry.  If you hear some good ole’ 60’s, 70’s and 80’s music…that’s probably Larry jamming to some tunes.  Ask Larry about history, and he can just about tell you when the first sign was made.

Larry is a great person, kind and gentle giant, and he would give a stranger the shirt off his back.  When Larry is off work, he enjoys relaxing at home, and spending time with his mom.

Chance Hall – “LITTLEBEAR”

north-state-signs-wraps-family-crew-members-raleigh-ncFrom humble beginnings in the small village of Cana, VA – Chance finally made it to the big city and joined the best sign shop in the Triangle area (and possibly the world).

He is a multifaceted technician specializing in lamination, yard signs, and polite communication.  He is a wordsmith with his words, and the keyboard winces when he types.  The phone melts as he speaks.

When he is not busy giving his absolute heart and soul for our wonderful shop, he can be found at his home in Cary watching film and practicing guitar.