Madisonville Community is Entering Round Two of a Sign War

A sign war is brewing over in Hopkins County, and It is certainly shedding some light during a time that is needed. What's your favorite sign?

Posted: Sep 14, 2021 6:46 AM
Updated: Sep 14, 2021 7:23 AM

Have you been to Madisonville Recently? It's round 2 of #SignWars, and these signs are giving the whole community something to smile about. 

Over on Main Street, Clements Jewelry decided they wanted to start a sign war, sending a snarky comment right over to 24/7 Anytime Workout across the street. And after that, the signs took off, and you can find a funny sign all over the city. 

44News spoke with a couple of businesses who are participating in the war, and they said it's made such a positive impact on the community. 

"It's been fun to see all the signs around, and it's been great community involvement, and the cohesiveness it's bringing," says Jacob Holland, Financial Adviser at Enterprise.

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