Allegra Network Appoints New Executive Leadership After Steve White Resigns
White had been with the company for 18 years. He served as director of sales and marketing, executive vice president of the Allegra brand, and in 2006 moved to Sarasota, FL, shortly after Allegra Network purchased Signs Now. White returned to company headquarters in Plymouth, MI, in 2010 to assume his most recent role. He was also an investor in the company.
White cited his desire to take on new challenges in the franchise industry as his reason for leaving.
Marcantonio commented, “Clearly, our loss will be someone else’s gain. Steve is a knowledgeable and capable executive with 25 years’ experience in the franchise industry. He will be missed by our staff and our franchisees. We wish him the best in whatever new challenges he chooses to tackle in the next chapter in his career.”
Allegra Network is one of world’s largest marketing, print and graphic communications franchises linking more than 450 locations across North America. The company ranks in the top 200 among all franchise companies in the world and is considered a leader in franchise training, technology implementation and system profitability. Allegra Network was founded in 1976 and today supports three primary brands under its print division—Allegra, American Speedy Printing and Insty-Prints, and the Signs Now brand under its sign division.