Adam grew up locally and graduated from South Western High School. After high school he attended the Art Institute of York and graduated with a degree in graphic design. His work experience varies from fruit picking to customer service to welding but he ultimately found his calling when he was hired as the graphic designer at Image360 Hanover (Signs Now at the time). In 2008 he was able to fulfill his dream of being self employed by purchasing Image360 Hanover (Signs Now). As a “jack of all trades” he finds the business suits him perfectly. He loves the variety and challenges that come with finding the right solutions for customers’ projects. Megan grew up in Cockeysville, MD. The oldest of four girls, she graduated from Baltimore Lutheran School. She went on to attend Baltimore International College and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Culinary Management. After getting married in 2012 and moving to Hanover she continued to work as a bakery manager and then catering coordinator. Today her job as a wife and stay at home mother of Charlotte is to support the business with her customer service experience. Adam and Megan have one beautiful daughter, Charlotte. When away from the business they enjoy going to the beach, traveling and time spent with family.
Lynn was working as a substitute teacher when Adam (her oldest son) asked her to join him when he purchased Image360 Hanover (Signs Now) in 2008. She happily joined him, but refused to fill out an application. Her official title is Customer Service but, like the rest of the team, she will pitch in wherever is needed. She has learned a variety of new skills over the years. She is excited to see and be a part of the business’s growth. She says it’s interesting to see the variety of work that is produced. Lynn enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach and a variety of crafts. She is happy to help the team meet your signage needs.
Scott brings almost 30 years of sign experience to the Image360 Hanover team. He has been a part of the industry from the very beginning of plotter cut graphics to the wide format, full color prints of today. He has an artistic background along with education in the field of architecture. Scott has worked in sign shops from Georgia to Virginia to California to Maryland before settling in Hanover. He enjoys wrapping cars including his own vehicles. Scott’s claim to fame is having had a big part in the signs used during the 1996 Olympics.