FASTSIGNS to Share Success Stories of Independent Owners, Host Lunch Session at SGIA Expo
ATLANTA—November 2, 2015—Demand remains strong for FASTSIGNS Co-Brand and Conversion programs, with more than 30 independent businesses joining the franchise within the past year.
FASTSIGNS International is the worldwide franchisor for the more than 590 FASTSIGNS sign, graphic and visual communications centers in nine countries. The company’s EVP of Franchise Support and Development Mark Jameson said, “Now more than ever, businesses are looking to visual communication providers for innovative ways to connect with customers in a highly-competitive marketplace. This makes it crucial for print and sign shops to keep their fingers on the pulse of industry trends and technology advancements, which is challenging for many who don’t have the time or resources.”
Through both programs, independent owners maximize their businesses’ true potential by expanding their service offerings and effectively marketing and selling the new services with ongoing guidance and support from FASTSIGNS. Co-Brand and Conversion franchise owners consistently report that the programs have added value for customers, promoting long-term growth opportunities for their businesses. To share these success stories, FASTSIGNS will be exhibiting at the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association’s (SGIA) Expo November 4-6, 2015 in Atlanta (booth No. 2206).
“Joining our Co-Brand and Conversion programs cost less than most expect, and are an easier way for independent businesses to enhance their existing operations and service offerings,” Jameson said. Independent business owners can join FASTSIGNS through its Co-Brand and Conversion programs for a down payment of $10,000. The company also offers the leading brand name in the sign and graphics industry, as well as the latest technology, cost savings through relationships with national vendors and suppliers, comprehensive marketing and visual communications solutions and benefits of networking with FASTSIGNS centers nationwide.
Jameson added, “Beyond our sales and management training, we have more than 385 outside sales professionals in the FASTSIGNS network, who connect with businesses across North America and offer the specialized and forward-thinking services our franchisees provide. By using our outsides sales tools and initiatives, each location can proactively grow their sales volume.”
In addition to exhibiting, Jameson and FASTSIGNS International, Inc. Catherine Monson will host an exclusive lunch session on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST to meet with prospective Co-Brand and Conversion franchise owners. Availability is limited.
For franchise information or to register for the lunch program with FASTSIGNS at the 2015 SGIA Expo, contact Mark Jameson (email@example.com or (214) 346-5679) or download an eBook that explores the FASTSIGNS franchise opportunity at http://amzn.to/1FrnDJu.
FASTSIGNS International is the worldwide franchisor for the more than 590 FASTSIGNS sign, graphic and visual communications centers in nine countries including the US (and Puerto Rico), Canada, England, Brazil, Mexico, the Caribbean, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Australia (where centers operate as SIGNWAVE). The largest sign franchise in North America, the independently owned and operated FASTSIGNS centers provide comprehensive visual communications solutions to help customers of all sizes—across all industries—meet their business objectives and increase their business visibility through the use of signs, graphics, printing, promotional products and related marketing services.
The Franchise Research Institute has named FASTSIGNS a top sign and graphics franchise and has awarded the company certification as a 2015 World-Class Franchise for four consecutive years. FASTSIGNS was also recognized by USA Today, G.I. Jobs magazine, Military Times magazine and Franchise Business Review as one of the top franchises for military veterans.