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Highway 41 Sign - 12.5" Aluminum 

Only through Bluescentric, this sign is for everyone who was born in the back seat of a Greyhound bus rolling down Highway 41.

100% Made in America and only available through Bluescentric! This 11" wide by 11.5" tall (278x292mm) highway sign is made of the highest quality aluminum for a weather-resistant finish. Good indoors or outdoors, but avoid prolonged direct sunlight. These music highway signs are lightweight, and pre-drilled with a top hole for quick and easy mounting, with rounded corners. This sign has a flat surface!

Highway 41 stretches from Miami, Florida all the way to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the north -- over 1,900 miles!

This iconic roadway has played a significant role in American culture, serving as a vital artery for commerce, tourism, and migration. From the swaying palm trees of Miami to the snow-covered forests of the Upper Peninsula, Highway 41 captures America's geographical and cultural diversity -- a symbol of the nation's spirit of exploration and adventure.

Artists who have sang about Highway 41 include Bad Company, Alan Jackson, Alabama and Travis Tritt. In The Allman Brothers hit song "Ramblin' Man", Gregg Allman famously sang "I was born in the backseat of a greyhound bus, rolling down Highway 41" -- a reference to the proximity of the highway to Allman's Georgia home.