Zeon Corporation Profile
Zeon, headquartered in Louisville, Colorado just outside of Boulder, began 30 years ago as Data
Display Corporation (DDT), primarily designing and manufacturing the early scrolling-type
LED signs that delivered moving advertising messages. In 1985, CEO Alan Bloom and his
partner acquired a Boulder-based neon sign shop named Neon Glassworks, which as a division
of DDT became a supplier of point-of-purchase and window neon signs for consumer product
manufacturers, franchises and chain stores.
At the same time, the moving message LED sign component of DDT was sold and the company
was renamed Zeon Corporation to better reflect the wider range of products and services offered
beyond neon signs. The company started designing neon signs for craft beer maker New
Belgium in 2000 based on the iconic bicycle logo symbolizing Fat Tire ale. This led to contracts
with many other craft breweries across the country. In 2008, Alan Bloom bought out his co-
founding partner and is now the sole owner of Zeon Corporation employing a staff of 15.
Zeon Corporation is involved in all aspects of point-of-purchase advertising from design to
delivery. The company develops and manufactures POP concepts and displays using traditional
and non-traditional materials including, neon, LED, fluorescent, reclaimed and recycled woods
and metals. Zeon has a manufacturing and distribution facility in Louisville, CO and also has 10
years of experience subcontracting high-volume orders to manufacturers in China.
Recognition of Zeon Corporation achievements include Vendor of the Year for Blimpie
Corporation and Mail Boxes Etc. (The UPS Stores) and Outstanding Merchandising
Achievement Permanent Display for POPAI (Point of Purchase Advertising Institute).