Letter Installation Completed on ‘Domino Sugars’ Sign

| June 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Inner Harbor reads “Domino Sugars” again as the installation of the letters on Domino’s iconic sign atop its Locust Point campus has been completed. Domino began a project in March to replace its nearly 70-year-old neon sign with an LED replica. The sign will be lit for the first time on the Fourth of July.

The new 70 ft. by 120 ft. sign was created and installed by Baltimore-based Gable. The new letters and outline are now made of aluminum instead of steel, and the lighting is advanced LED with flexible tubing.

“Our electrical contractor is busy wiring up the border and letters and we are on track to relight the sign the night of July 4th,” said Vice President of Corporate Relations for American Sugar Refining, Inc. Peter O’Malley. “The team that’s been working so hard on the sign renovation really appreciates all the positive reviews that have been coming in from our neighbors. We’re looking forward to sharing the details of the relighting soon.”

The former steel letters were donated to Second Chance, and the dot in “i” was donated to Baltimore Museum of Industry to display at the Decker Gallery. Second Chance will put the letters up for sale, but will likely keep one of the letters for its showroom.

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