Get Your Cameras Ready, Cleveland Just Got Another Script Sign

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A sixth Cleveland script sign has landed in our fair city, this time located
behind the Foundry rowing and sailing center right along the Cuyahoga River.

The rowing company, located at the end of Columbus Road Bridge in the Flats, collaborated with Destination Cleveland to make the new sign, paying half of the $40,000 it takes to build and install one of these masterpieces.



The shiny new sign was unveiled just yesterday:

First introduced in 2016, Destination Cleveland has slowly been placing Cleveland script signs in scenic areas throughout the city in hopes of attracting Instagram-obsessed tourists and residents alike.

The other five installations can be found at North Coast Harbor, Tremont, Edgewater Park and Euclid Beach Park and, for those who can't wait to take a pic as soon as they land here, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

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