I saw this on Facebook and I had to share these amazing and inspirational signs that are made up monthly at the Rt. 88 Service Center in Brick.

I did a little research and every month the signs get changed out. From what I see the Rt. 88 Service Center started changing inspirational signs out every month beginning last year.

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From the Rt. 88 Service Center Facebook page:

From 2020:

* "Thank You To Everyone On The Front Lines"

From this year:

* "Trust Is The First Thing You Lose The Last Thing You Get Back"

"Use It Up Wear It Out Make It Do Or Do Without"

* "For It Is In Giving That We Receive" CLICK HERE for more signs from RT. 88 Service Center.

The Service center is located at 1651 Rt. 88 West in Brick, NJ. You might drive by it every day and not even notice. Check out the signs they are awesome.

Sunday mornings on 92.7 WOBM, I'm on the air from 6:30 am - 10 am doing Sue's Sunday Brunch. During the "brunch" I love giving you inspirational quotes during the morning show. You send me emails and chat with me through the 92.7 WOBM app and I appreciate how much you love the inspirational quotes.

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These quotes that I give you and the Rt. 88 Service Center's signs give us inspiration and maybe a smile along the way, that's what it's all about.

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