- Peeling decals, a broken clock, and overgrown bushes marked a downtown Rhinelander corner for at least a decade.But a new LED display sign and a recognition of veterans are on the way.They will make up the new look for the corner of Courtney and Davenport. Rhinelander-based startup Digital Outdoors is making the project its first since the company's creation.
"We're going to revamp this corner for the beautification of Rhinelander. We'll be putting in a Veterans' Memorial Park where people can buy bricks to memorialize their veteran that they love," says Digital Outdoors sign operator Amanda Sampey.The park will include flowers and benches for reflection.It should be complete by late fall or early spring.Meanwhile, the new sign will be put up on May 28.The three-sided display will have a picture quality similar to the billboard you see here.Information and ads will change every six seconds."When local residents see the Digital Outdoors sign that's coming in on May 28, they'll be pleasantly surprised...Digital Outdoors hopes to take this corner that was an eyesore and turn it into a beautiful corner for downtown Rhinelander to enjoy," says Sampey.Each panel on the sign will be five and a half feet tall and fourteen feet wide.
Story By: Ben Meyer