St. Louis, MO
The Stout Sign Company was established in 1886 located in St. Louis, MO. Stout Sign Co. was most well known for creating large advertising signs for display on the highways across the country; the signs they produced were rather large, embossed painted metal.
During WWII in the 1940’s Stout Signs were hired by the federal government to support the war effort by producing large metal Uncle Sam “I Want You for the U.S. Army” signs to promote army enlistment. Stout also made signs for many of the prominent soda companies across the country like Pepsi Cola, Coca Cola, Dr. Pepper, Orange Crush, 7UP, Hire’s, Triple AAA, A&W, Dad’s, Mason’s, and Squirt.
Stout were also known for creating large beautiful embossed metal signs for various breweries across the country. Among these breweries where Yuengling, Esslinger, Congress, Grain Belt, Blatz, Cooks, Hamms, Pabst, Anheuser Busch, Budweiser, Miller, and Atlas just to name a few.
Stout Sign Company is still in business to this day and still produces advertising signs for various companies and industries across the world.
Below are a few examples of Stout Signs Co. signs