• Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • You can call at: 810-632-0562
  • About

    Five Star Signs, located in Hartland, Mi, was started in 2010 by John Oslin and Joe Colliton. John and Joe are both Hartland High School graduates and are active in the community they live. They are active in the Chamber of Commerce and support the local Schools, Senior Center, YMCA and sports teams. After serving 15 years in the Automotive industry, they were looking for a change. Combining their skills in light manufacturing and business to business sales, they sought after a business that would compliment the skills and knowledge they had acquired, and the sign industry was a perfect fit.

    The philosophy of Five Star Signs is simple: We want to be the easiest sign company to work with. We personally guarantee everything we do and will not consider the job complete until you are completely satisfied.

    The Team

    John Oslin – owner
    John is a graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in Packaging. He is the conceptual one of the group and can come up with just about any creative solution to bring your sign to life!

    Joe Colliton – owner
    Joe is also a graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He is the salesman of the group and you will find him visiting networking groups and meeting with potential new customers.

    Josh Horvath – sign maker
    Josh is a graduate of the Art Institute of Michigan with a degree in Visual Communication. Josh is a self proclaimed Sign Ninja and has come up with many tips and tricks to provide you the highest quality signs.

    Dave Lewicki – designer
    Dave is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Graphic Design. Dave has worked with Five Star Signs almost since its inception, helping as a designer on a part time basis. After a short hiatus, he has returned to a full time position and is now the one responsible for bringing your idea to life, whether you verbalize your concept or give him a rough sketch, his goal is to amaze you and say “That’s it!”.