what we do
Pitt Stop Signs and Graphix is located in Rock Springs, Wyoming. We are a company that is always evolving in order to fulfill our customers’ customization needs. We specialize in graphic design, custom decals, custom apparel, metal fabrication and signage, and almost any form of customization. We are able to laser engrave, hydro-dip, and customize a large multitude of different items, including weapons and stocks. We also specialize in personalized vehicle wraps, from cars, trucks, off-road vehicles, and race cars. We are always willing to go the extra mile to gain a customer’s respect and trust.
Pitt Stop Signs opened in 2012 in Rock Springs, Wyoming. We started in a garage that housed all of our equipment and then we transitioned to bigger shop that allowed for more space. In 2016, Pitt Stop Signs relocated once again to an even bigger shop that allows us to have more space for our ever growing company. We have enough space to house all of our equipment and wrap multiple vehicles at the same time. Specializing in a variety of different options, Pitt Stop strives to make sure that the customer’s custom needs are met. When we first opened, we only had the ability to offer custom decals and wraps. 5 years later, we now own a Screen-Printing Press, a Direct-To- Garment apparel printer, a laser engraver, and hydro-dipping tank. We are a proud sponsor of many different sports at the Rock Springs High School. We are also a sponsor of the Sweetwater Speedway, Rock Spring’s local dirt track.
Jorden was a member of the original Pitt crew for a short time when Pitt Stop Signs opened up. He then moved away to finish college. In 2015, he graduated top of his class from the University of Wyoming with his Bachelor’s in History. He rejoined the Pitt crew in 2016. He is the customer-service and sales representative. Please do not hesitate to reach out to him at all and he will make sure that the Pitt crew does the work for you.
Carol Bryant is a 20+ year veteran graphic designer in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Creating arts from different mediums from childhood to her mid-30s she made the leap to the digital age in 1999 after being a CNC machinist for 10 years. When she' not at work (but still thinking of it) she can be found on her long arm machine doing quilts, scrap booking and wood working. She looks forward to new ideas and learning the newest trends in her field.
Slade is a designer and installation specialist at Pitt Stop. He is 19 years old, a volunteer firefighter, and attending Western Wyoming Community College. He feels that he has already grown and progressed in the few years that he has been with Pitt Stop. He looks forward to learning more as he continues his career and he has big dreams for the company. Watching ourselves grow as people is an incredible thing, but building and growing this brand is what he finds interesting.