Peter King, the owner of Gigantic Signs in Adelaide who made global headlines last month after putting up a sign warning vaccinated people not to enter his business, is selling up and leaving the industry after 36 years.
| "It's time to retire":
Peter King, Gigantic Signs
“After 36 years in the sign game, it’s time to retire and pursue other interests,” King said. “I am offering both Gigantic Signs and LED Sign Supplies and all they encompass, for the sum total of two Bitcoin. [Bitcoins were trading at $A81,541 on October 27].
“This is a great opportunity to add to your existing customer base or for someone to kick-start their new sign business. We have an extensive state and national client base. If you are interested and want to discuss further, please email me." (PKing@GiganticSigns.com)
King said last month his sign (pictured below) warning vaccinated people not to enter the business was simply “making a statement” and he didn’t intend to check on people’s vaccination status.
“If nothing else, it’s waking people up,” King told news.com.
“What I am truly ‘anti’ about is the government mandating an unproven, untested injection that by definition is not a vaccine but an injection of multiple materials that have not gone through any long term human trials to test for its safety and efficacy," he said. "We’re witnessing human trials right now."
King said he was inspired to put up the sign after a winery in South Australia said it would not accept unvaxxed customers.