LTE: An invitation to explore Northeast

I am an attorney in Northeast Kansas City and have been here for many years. This neighborhood has the feel of being its own “special” community. How many neighborhoods can boast of the various cultures that make up Northeast?

Some people find the “sandwich signs” a nuisance, however I believe that it adds to the enrichment of the cultures that are available to the customers of this area and those that visit us. Sandwich signs have been in this community for as long as I can remember; they allow us to inform the public of the what we offer, the special of the day, the flavor of the month and many other pieces of information that they may have passed up had it not been for that “sandwich sign” that caught their eye.

They provide opportunity for new business and an invitation to explore Northeast. Please know that I have and will continue to support the usage of sandwich signs in our neighborhood and promote the wonderful and diverse commercial opportunities in this neighborhood.

 

PAUL SAMUEL FRANCO L.L.C

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