Saw an enormous amount of Gabbert's "going out of business" signs today (Saturday) in Flower Mound & Lewisville. No time to get them, sorry. It appears to be the standard furniture store spamming package done by out-of-town liquidators. Every major intersection has three signs on every corner, and some in the medians too. Coroplast signs on black metal "tined" stakes. No doubt they'll be removing them tomorrow before CE gets to work on Monday.
I'm sure the signs are everywhere, but I was just driving along FM2499 and FM1171 today. If they're in Dallas, it will be interesting to see if Dallas actually goes after Gabbert's, seeing all the hoopla that Dallas did about yanking thousands of signs recently (and promising big fines in the future).
#1. "RE: Infestation of Gabbert's signs" In response to Reply # 0
Gabberts is physicaly located in Farmers Branch. They were warned by Farmers Branch and Carrollton some four or five weeks ago when it was first announced they were closing.
They tried posting the signs in FB and Carrollton on several weekends, along the major thorough fares, but the signs disappeared almost immediately on consecetive weekends.
We think they may have taken the hint as far as FB and Carrollton are concerned. Addison won't tolerate the signs for a minute. Plano is somewhat out of their range, Dallas doens't fit into their marketing regime for that area.
Best thing you can do is get them before the early morning Saturday or Sunday morning traffic. Good Luck