In 1997, Mark Boerschinger and his wife Gayle saw the price of race car lettering rising. With both Mark's brother and uncle racing, they thought they could help them out with the purchase of a vinyl cutter. The first few years was just that, race cars and a few small signs for family members. In 2000, Chad Nelson asked Mark if he could try his hand at a race car. Mark got Chad rolling and let him do his first car.
That same year, they finished 5 or 6 cars and the sign end was picking up as well. Two years later, Chad was laid off from his mechanical designer job, and decided not to apply for another job, and to pursue the new career. Working out of the Boerschingers' basement, Victory Vinyl started to grow. In 2004, they decided to bring it to the next level, and move from the basement, and to build a new facility. October of 2004 the new shop was built, and running.
Mark and Chad had their hands full with all the new exposure. They kept themselves busy not only with the racecars, but with new ventures in dimensional signage, and vehicle wraps. In 2006, they decided it was time to make an addition to the Victory crew, and hired a graphic designer, David Hooker. With Dave's knowledge in Adobe Photoshop and photography, he brought a new dimension to Victory Sign. The future plans for Victory Sign seem to be endless, just watch and see what's coming next.