Made in the USA


Mailing Address

428 E. Thunderbird Rd. Ste 214

Phoenix, AZ 85022

Brian Pitts


Mark Ottersberg


Nicholas Scott


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We believe in Safety First

SURE STOP’s sign was designed to attract the attention of distracted drivers and increase visibility of crossing zones and cross walk guards well before reaching crossing zones. 


SURE STOP’s main objective is to reduce the number of accidents and casualities in school crosswalk zones. SURE STOP’s sign design conforms to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) specifications set forth in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).


Using latest advances in LED technology, we designed synchronized high-intensity “pulsing” LEDs to maximize the range of visibility of the sign during the day or at night.

Our Goals

Sure Stop was founded and incorporated in Phoenix, Arizona with the purpose of school crosswalk zone safety for children, parents and crossing guards. Our #1 Job is to ensure the end user receives the highest quality product.

Sure Stops goal is to serve our school systems with the best product available on the market and to help eliminate the daily close calls due to visibility issues and the dangerous distractions in our school crosswalk.

We believe in Safety First

What People are Saying

Crossing Guards

"Everyday when we come out, we have drivers that don't see us. They're texting or talking on the phone." ​


"The cars are noticing and the way we can tell is because they are stopping sooner and they are making eye contact earlier because of the sign."


"It will get the pedestrians and drivers attention especially when I'm out here in the dark, it's a good safety feature."


"The flashing lights will make the drivers pay more attention to the sign."


"The reflectiveness of the sign and lights causes drivers to stop much sooner. Makes it easier as a crossing guard to have the confidence to do my job.


"As a crosswalk guard, I love it, we need it, and I'd like to have it now!

Parents and Teachers

"The cars are too often just are not paying attention to the crosswalk guards. But now with these new signs cars can see the sign up to at least 150 yards back, and I feel a lot safer about my daughter crossing by herself."


"You really notice the sign, whether it is directly facing the sun or the sun is behind the sign. The lights are really prevalent. I highly recommend it."

After the study was completed the city of Phoenix has began to implement the signs in their school district