“I’ve been an active member of the SCCA because I like to be involved and know what’s going on with neighborhood businesses.”
SCCA Member: Rick Siewert, Siewert Cabinets

Lining the Way to Seward

Seward welcomes husband wife team, Lee and Meggin Gregory and their business, Sir Lines-A-Lot to the neighborhood!

Sir Lines-A-Lot, is a full service line striping and pavement marking company that provides high quality highway, roadway and parking lot striping services throughout the Twin Cities, rural Minnesota and western Wisconsin. In business since 2004, the Gregory’s moved the business to Seward Neighborhood this past April.

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Lee Gregory says the transition from their old location to the Seward Neighborhood has been great. One of the biggest draws of moving to the Seward Neighborhood was the space, sense of community and ability to expand his business. He has already started working with some local Seward businesses in their line striping and pavement marking needs and looks forward to connecting with and providing more services to the community.

“A single line,” has been the company’s smallest job and one of their most recent, and largest jobs has been working with the City of Minneapolis in laying down the green bike legends on the hundreds of miles of bike paths throughout the city.

My biggest question for owner Lee Gregory was, how did you come up with such a clever name? “A friend of mine owns a line striping business in another state and came up with the name first,” Gregory admits. “I decided to use the name as well so we could share marketing and publicity.  It’s been ten years and we are both still at it, in our respective states! “

Clever and providing a great service to the Seward community and beyond, Sir Lines-A-Lot, we are glad to have you in the neighborhood!

To read more about services offerred and the business, click HERE!

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