In January 2022, Priority Graphics President, Juliana Choy Sommer was featured in the San Francisco Business Times by Brooke Strickland.
“Juliana Choy Sommer’s aspiration to own a business began when she was just a child.
Her father, who worked as an electrical contractor, showed her what it took to be an entrepreneur when he started a business in San Francisco in 1976. At just 3 years old, she remembers spending hours playing inside the office of her father’s company and knew that someday, she, too, would be a business owner.
At age 21, that dream became a reality when she became the owner of Priority Engraving, which was also started by her father. The company created nameplates for electrical contractors and over time, it grew to a full-service signage company. In 1998, she changed the name to Priority Architectural Graphics. Her company has now manufactured and installed thousands of branded signs and graphics for private and public-sector clients around the Bay Area.
A tireless advocate for small business owners, Sommer is making her mark on the city…”
Read the full article here.