Introducing Caroline Trahan
Architectural Signage Specialist
Caroline recently returned to the familiar surroundings of Cajun hospitality in Lafayette, Louisiana after living and working two years on the beautiful Pacific island of Maui. She is one of nine children, a native of Louisiana and has two handsome sons of her own. Many describe Caroline as extremely creative, innovative and one who enjoys people and establishing new relationships. The combination of these inner passions have long contributed to her successes, both personal and career.
Caroline brings her expertise and vast knowledge of wayfinding strategies and sign system solutions to Pixus Digital Printing. Pixus is considered by many to be one of the country’s leaders in digital large-format printing. She has over 25 years of experience leading projects for clients like Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital and working with architects and designers to bring technology, innovative products and installations together.
This former owner of Caroline Signs, Inc. and previous lead designer and sales manager for Insignia Graphics, has delivered some of the most successful projects across the southeast United States. Her client’s unwavering appreciation of her energy, commitment to quality and lasting relationships contribute to their mutual successes.
In addition to her profession as an architectural signage specialist, Caroline is very active in sports and fitness training, and holds a certification as a personal fitness trainer. She has long enjoyed competitive tennis and has played league tennis for 15 years and still enjoys a great match once in awhile.
“My experience in the industry of architectural signage accompanied with the established reputation of Pixus’ innovation, will create a perfect combination of high-end quality products and unmatched service for clientele throughout the southeast United States.”
Photo courtesy of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.
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