Bucks County gets its name from the English county of Buckinghamshire and is part of the Delaware Valley. It is the fourth most populous county in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia, Allegheny and Montgomery. Sunrise Signs, a nationwide sign company, are your one-stop experts for car wraps, vinyl lettering and vehicle and fleet graphics in and around the Bucks County area.
Named in 1682 by William Penn, this large county contains many towns, municipalities and townships including Bristol, Penndel, Chalfont, Perkasie, Doylestown, Quakertown, Dublin, Richlandtown, Hulmeville, Riegelsville, Ivyland, Sellersville, Langhorne, Silverdale, Langhome Manor, Morrisville, Trumbauersville, New Britain, Tullytown, New Hope, Newtown, Yardley and Lower Bucks.
Townships within Bucks County PA are Bedminster, Falls, Upper Makefield, Haycock, Nockamixon, Bensalem, Hilltown, Upper Southampton, Bridgeton, Warminster, Lower Southampton, Plumstead, Warrington, Warwick, Middletown, West Rockhill, Buckingham, Richland, Solebury, Wrightstown, Springfield, Milford, Durham, Tinicum and East Rockhill.
It was in Bucks County where General George Washington prepared his troops before crossing the Delaware River to overtake Trenton New Jersey in 1776—marking a turning point in the Independence War. Washington Crossing PA and Washington Crossing Historical Park were both named after this successful battle.
People flock to Bucks County for its greenery and colonial history; tourism is big here. The area also gains many tourists from both Philadelphia and New York City.
Perhaps the 12 covered bridges are the largest tourism attraction in Bucks County—ten are open to motor vehicles and two are pedestrian bridges and all of these bridges use the town truss design.
Local shops and art studios adorn New Hope and Peddler’s Village in Lahaska. Rice’s Market is a must-visit, especially on its busiest day, Tuesday. Locals call the Quakertown Farmer’s Market, “Q-Mart” which gains quite the crowd on weekends.
The county seat, Doylestown is home to Fordhook Farms, the concrete statues built by Henry Chapman Mercer and the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works. Tourists also visit the Mercer Museum and Fonthill, Henry Chapman Mercer’s home. Two malls in Southern (Lower Bucks) include Neshaminy Mall and Oxford Valley Mall. A family theme park, Sesame Place, based on the PBS television show Sesame Street can also be found in Lower Bucks County.
Bucks County also boasts the Parx Casino in Bensalem, built on the Philadelphia Park Horse Racetrack. The casino/horse racetrack complex also includes a dance club, eateries and a variety of shopping choices.
Throughout Bucks County PA and all the towns and municipalities located in the area, Sunrise Signs provides high-quality vehicle wraps and we involve our clients in every vehicle wraps project from start to finish. We are a full service sign company that employs in-house graphic designers; each are experts in creating a new design and also have the ability to use your logo and imagery to produce eye-grabbing vehicle wraps to aid in branding your business and turning your vehicles into 24/7 moving billboard advertisements.
We not only create, print and install our vehicle wraps at our facility; we can also ship or deliver your wraps to one of our trusted certified installers located in Bucks County. We are also experts in fleet and franchise vehicle wraps.
Looking for car wraps or vehicle graphics in Bucks County PA? Sunrise Signs is your nationwide vehicle wraps provider with a commitment to excellent customer service. We only use high-quality vehicle wrap films from 3M and Avery and offer everything from full to partial wraps to entire fleet wraps.
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