Company rejects the sign of the times

Courtesy of Human Collective A rendering shows what a sign would have looked like at a Portland marijuana dispensary.
Courtesy of Human Collective A rendering shows what a sign would have looked like at a Portland marijuana dispensary.

By Kristen Moulton | The Salt Lake Tribune

The co-founder of a Portland medical marijuana dispensary is accusing a Utah sign company of bigotry because it refused his business.

Ron Morse said his landlord suggested he ask Salt Lake City-based YESCO, which has offices throughout the country, to build a new electronic sign that would hang over the entrance of Human Collective in south Portland.

A YESCO sales representative visited, took photos and measurements and the two agreed on the image — the name of the business in black and white and a green cross that symbolizes medical marijuana, Morse said.

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